I'm looking at using 2012 Foundations as a web server, but I've noticed it only supports 10 IAS Connections. This website will be asp.net and have login credentials, so my question is, would the IAS limit the website to 10 logged in users at a time? Or does "Internet Authentication Services" mean something different. If it means anything, it'll be accessing data from a SQL server on a different server.
As a bonus question, I have the Foundations through the Microsoft Action Pack, so it's not preinstalled. Considering installing it on a Hyper-V 2012 host with two physical processors. Am I able to specify in Hyper-V to just let it see one, will Foundations just cripple itself to a single processor or just fail all together? I know this isn't a officially supported configuration, but will it work, am I breaking the rules?