I don't see any actual business applications in your list, John.  Not sure
what PDC is, but DNS, DHCP, WINS, FTP, print and file serving is not a
business application, and none of it requires any serious database
capabilities.  And unless the MSDE is actually serving some sort of data
entry, it's not a business application either.  MAS90, on the other hand, is
a real application, and that's when NT falls over.

> From: John Taylor
>
> > >
> > > My wife is a PC, Peachtree - MAS90, consultant.  From the
> > > stories she tells me a 400mhz NT server croaks with >4 users.
> > >
>
> What's a "user"??
>
> I have an NT server with PII-266Mhz & 512 MB RAM doing the
> following for 40
> "users", without breaking a sweat:
>
> - PDC
> - DNS Server
> - DHCP Server
> - WINS Server
> - FTP Server
> - Print Server
> - File Server
> - Database Server (MSDE)
> - Inoculate IT Distribution Server



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