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Using MS SQL with NT Workstation

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I am setting up a MS SQL database which will be accessed only through the Internet using ODBC. Therefore I don't really need a multiuser system. Would MS SQL work with NT Workstation instead of NT Server ? Would it be accessible through ODBC ?

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Yes it works with NT Workstation and it's accessible though ODBC, i have already done this in our office (some intranet), but it have restriction of licenses to 5 user (15 connections)
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Thank you. I am going to try to implement the same thing.
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