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Windows Server workgroup setup

A couple of months ago I started working for a company running a Windows Server 2003 set up in workgroup configuration with 15 workstations connecting to various shared folders. I have advised them that this is an administrative headache that will need to be dealt with at some point.

There have been a number of things that have come up that I have had to learn how to deal with (versus a domain setting). A new question came up this morning. I was wondering how many concurrent connections we can support, so I went to the Licensing dialogue in the Control Panel. It says the licensing mode is per server, and the number of concurrent connections is 9999. However the licensing service is not running. So is licensing not a factor in this situation? And how many concurrent connections can we have?

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8/22/2022 - Mon