Re: Member limitation for Vista Workgroup
Thanks for your immediate answers. Now, I'm reassured.
> "chris" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Hi
> > I started my MCITP training. Our trainer told us, that there is a limit of
> > maximum 25 Vista clients in a Vista workgroup. Is this correct? From my
> > point
> > of knowledge, there is only a limitation of 10 concurrent incomming
> > connections. There is no limitation on the number of members in a
> > workgroup.
> > I know, a workgroup with above 20 clients for file- and printsharing makes
> > no sence, but is there a limitation?
> > Special thanks for your feedback.
> > chris
> To add to what Malke said - in a peer-to-peer workgroup, all security (i.e.
> log-on credentials) information is held on each local machine. Therefore if
> you have a workgroup of 25, you would need to create (and administer) 25
> Users with 25 passwords on EACH of the 25 machines, assuming all 25 need
> access to all the other machines.
> Hence a server is far more practical over about 4 or 5 machines...
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