I have noticed that "A general exception to Windows Small Business Server 2003 CAL requirements is that CALs are not required when the server software is accessed through the Internet by an unauthenticated user. An example of this exception is unidentified users browsing your public Web site. Windows Small Business Server 2003 CALs are not required for those users."
I want to implement a CMS for a public website. The system has its own login system (does not use Windows authentication but the usernames and passwords are stored in the sql database).
Is this allowed according to the MS licensing scheme ? Can I limit the cal's to the users needed to be authenticated by Windows?