Re: Named User License Question

From: Hans Forbrich <>
Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2013 16:12:31 -0700
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On 05/02/2013 3:14 PM, Peter Gram Miracle A/S wrote:
> Hi Jeff
> If you have 10 NUP licenses : The 10 names users (Peter xxxx, Poul yyyyy,
> Jeff zzzz , ... ) are allowed to access any number of standard edition
> databases. You could create 10000000 SE databases on one machine or 1
> database on 1000000 machines but it is only the 10 named users that
> is allowed to use the databases. Beware it is not allowed to create
> application users via web services on the internet since this has to be
> licensed on with processor licenses.
> /Gram

One minor qualification to this: you need to purchase AT LEAST the minimum number of Named Users, and that count is based on the number of CPUs. So if you wanted to put it on 1000000 machines, you need to purchase 1000000 * min licenses.

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