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Old August 29th, 2007, 03:13 AM
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Hi,

Can anyone tell me how many Users can get connected to SQL Server
at a time .
What is the restriction for the number of User that can get
connected to the Server.

Thanks In Advanced.

Thanks.
 
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I'm actually on vacation and do not currently have access to Books Online... but I know it's there... lookup "specifications" in Books Online for that and questions similar to the one you ask.

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Hi,
   Thanks for ur reply.

   But I would appreciate if you provide me link or the name of the
   book where I can get my answer.

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I already did that... "Books Online" is the "Transact-SQL Help" in Query Analyzer... do like I said and lookup "specifications" in it!

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