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VB 6 PRO VS. VB 6 ENT

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If I need to develop a vb 6 app over a wan with sql server residing on an NT Server, would vb 6 pro offer less functionality with respect to data management (i.e., rdo, ado) than vb 6 enterprise?

If so, what specifically?
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