Quote:> You can license it either per cpu or per client, either way. You
> about pricing and licensing at http://www.microsoft.com/sql.
I'm sorry, but I still don't understand the details. Our current setup
is a single server edition with 5 CALs (fully legal <g>), for which we
paid around $US 1300. Each of the 5 workstations has the desktop
version installed. For Sql 2000, the implication seems to be that you
now pay per CPU. That suggests we must pay 5x2 rather than 5x1
(unless, of course, the price per CPU is half of a CAL)?
If we can "license it per cpu or per client, either way", then why all
the fuss about CPUs?