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Windows maximum computers (20)

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    1. How does Windows count the number of computers on the network?
    2. Is there a way to simulate exceeding 20 computers?
    3. Is there a way to display the number that Windows uses? Is it Computer names? User names?
    4. What version of Windows is the least expensive to allow over 20 logons?


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  • #2
    Logons to a Domain or logons to a shared device such as in a peer network?
    p purvis

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    • #3
      Peer network (mapped drives)
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      • #4
        Well if your willing to use Windows 2000 with SMB 1 that would be a way or use a Linux based with samba protocol(smb).
        I use a linux SME SERVER and very happy with and for what it is worth. I have all standard users logon with the same user credentials.
        p purvis

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