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I'm configuring 2003 Server for the purpose of hosting websites. Microsoft Licensing Modes feature is confusing me. I will be managing the domains on Sever 2003 on one PC only. The licensing has 2 choices: Per server - Number of concurrent connections AND Per Device/Per User with each client to have its own license. Whichis the best for me to choose. Thank you. ....

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You should choose the no of concurrent connections. Reason: This license is related to remote desktop feature(running programs on your server remotely). Since you have just one server and probably maintaining it alone or with a small team, you can just specify how many users you want to allow to administer it remotely. Since I use my server only to test the web applications I have developed I have given this value of 10 which should be more than enough for one server.

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