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How Sql Server 2005 counts clients


How Sql Server 2005 counts clients

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Ramesh-425491
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Hi,
I need some clarification on the following scenario.

If I have Sql Server with zero client licenses, and i've an application which gets the data from server, updates it to server. Internally this application is using ado connection object to connect to the server.

Will my application be able to connect to that sql server?
How ado connections get connected to Sql server( are they act as clients)?

Can anybody help me answering this?

Thanks
Ram
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