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Default SQL Server2000 Desktop Edition deployment issue

I have to develop an application using SQL Server2000. It is a client server application having one server and at most 10 clients. Does SQL Server 2000 Desktop Edition support Client Server Architecture and what is maximum number of clients that may connect concurrently.
I wish not to use SQL Server Enterprise Edition as it requires Server operating system for its installation but my application is targeted to run on Windows XP Professional

Looking forward for timely response please....

Old July 15th, 2008, 03:37 AM
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Your best place for information like this is searching the Microsoft web site (usually using Google).

As far as I am aware you can configure the Desktop edition to allow remote connections, but it is not turned on by default.

If you have any concerns about the Desktop Edition then you could use the Standard Edition instead.

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