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How can I set up number of users in sql2005

Can you give me the procedures on how to set the number of simultaneou users in SQL 2005?

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You cannot set this. any number of users can use sql at the same time.
what you can do is implement logic in your application to keep track of how many user are active. if you have a users table, add a field, is logged in, and set it to true when user log in and false when they log out. then you can count how many users are logged in and prevent additional user from logging in

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