troubleshooting Question

Webserver with ASA 5505 Base license

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I currently have ASA 5505 with 50 User base license.   I has a site-to-site vpn, and remote access vpn configured.

I have a DB server, and 10 users.  We just purchased a Web Module that runs on IIS, and it requires a UNC share to the database folder. We have purchased a Web Server, and i configured it on the dmz vlan.

I managed to setup the DMZ, and i can nat ports to the webserver with no problems.  

What is the best way to connect the webserver to db server?  
I was thinking of adding a nic to connect to VLAN1 but it seems to defeat the purpose of the DMZ?

Would it be better to purchase the Sec Plus license?  

Or is there a better way altogether?
Les Moore
Systems Architect

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