If accessing via Apache/HTTP, then no more licenses.
If accessing via FILE/Mapped-drive, then it depends on your Windows
Server license agreement. Enteprise Edition licenses require X number
of CALs; MSDN Developer licenses allow X number of CALs simply by
installing Windows from an MSDN disc (if used for development).
Furthermore, depending on your agreement terms, there are per-user CALs
and per-device CALs.
Simply, read the fine-print and visit/ask your Reseller for specifics.
Sr. Technical Programmer
From: Hughes, Trystan [mailto:Trystan.Hughes@assetco.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 9:50 AM
Subject: Licensing Issues (Windows Server)
If I am to have Subversion on a Windows based Server, are there any
licensing issues that I need to be aware of? For example, if I have 20
developers all accessing the Repository that is based on a Windows
Server, do I need u 20 License agreements? (i'm not too clued up on
Thanks in advance
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