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Primary Domain Controller and Windows CALs???

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Can a Windows Server 2003 with 5 CALs serve as the primary domain controller for a network of ~80 PCs?  Or do I need to purchase 80 CALs?  

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You need 1 CAL/user or PC.  It will not block the users, but will complain in the event log about extra users.
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