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Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi,

I have a customer with an SBS server, about 20 users. We have a requirement for 5 RDS users, and rather than put a whole proper server I thought a Foundation server would be fine. I note that I can't add a Foundation server to a domain with over 15 users, does this matter if only 5 are accessing? Any way around this?

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No, the limitation is bound to the domain itself.

Same as Windows SBS is limited to 75 users, just by adding another server doesn't mean this is gone.

You will need  a Standard windows license.
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