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10.4: A detailed look at 10.4 Server
Authored by: ferret-slayer on May 12, '05 06:40:13PM

The client limit relates to the number of authenticated users you can have. As long as the services you want to run are available anonymously (eg, DNS, Apache), there is no restriction on the number of users.

I think the weblog-server and likely Jabber would require authentication. Of course you could probably set them up with a single account and shared the password among all your users, thereby bypassing the limit (poor security choice).

If an unrestricted Server license is too expensive, you could always just buy a copy of Ray & Ray's "Mac OSX Unleashed (Tiger edition)," and do it yourself using the Tiger-client. It's $33 from Amazon, available August 1st. The earlier books in the Unleashed series gave very detailed instructions on setting up Server-type services on OSX-client.



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