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Re: Licensing Issues (Windows Server)

From: Greg Thomas <thomasgd_at_omc.bt.co.uk>
Date: 2005-05-11 14:22:25 CEST

On Wed, 11 May 2005 07:45:24 -0400, "Johnson, Rick"
<JohnsonR@gc.adventist.org> wrote:

>I'm going to jump in here and say that I don't think it's quite that
>simple. I just reread the Windows Server 2003 EULA and it appears to me
>that you need a CAL anytime you do Windows authentication (local or
>domain authentication) for that server. That means the explanation above
>is true until you do Windows authentication through Apache (such as
>through LDAP to Active Directory or a Windows authentication plug-in),
>then you're going to need a CAL for each user or machine that

Surely it would be the server performing the authentication, not the
server requesting the authentication (in this instance, acting as a
client) (I've got my LDAP authentication talking to another server).
That said, an authentication request is pretty short, so 10 (or
whatever) simultaneous requests would probably handle a large number
of users.


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