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What is the max limit of users in the AD for Windows SBS 2003? Is it 75? and the max users for Windows 2003 Standalone version?

What is the best solution if the AD is filled up??
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There's no hard limit on user objects - the limit is on connections. Essentially each PC will take a licence, so 75 users at once, but with hotdesking you could have 200+ users all active, so long as they share PC's

I don't believe there is a limit in W2k3, at least not a set limit - the size and grunt of the server is the limiting factor here...

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