Last post Mar 06, 2006 05:43 PM by Quaser
Mar 06, 2006 05:43 PM|Quaser|LINK
Our setup is as follows:
We are getting windows 2003 STD Unauthenticated PL's for them, because of the memory limitation in Web Editions.
Contains the following:
- Mails for our mailserver (Mailmax)
- ASP, ASP.NET, images and so on for our customers websites.
- Active directory (No customers logins created. Only service logins)
- Thirdparty FTP-server (Gene6 FTP Server), for 10 of our customers.
Directly and indirect logons:
- IIS from the webservers do logon to get webpages and some websites do store images which is uploaded through an webupload application.
- Mailmax to read/write mails.
- Administrators through remote desktop.
- FTP-users through a thirdparty software.
As anonymous users can access the fileserver indirectly through IIS. Browsing webpages. We need to use Processor licenses.
The question is: Do we need to use authenticated or unauthenticated. And what is the breaking point?