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bio website kaliki.co.uk
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seen Oct 7 '13 at 13:11
C# Programmer and SQL Server DBA although I've done a fair amount of SysAdmin/IT Manager in previous roles. Currently working as an Architect/Developer.

  • MCAD (C#)
  • MCDBA
  • MCP

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comment IIS 6 non-SSL sites all broken - can be browsed locally but not remotely
Do IIS logs show the requests coming in for the other resources such as CSS & images? If you run with FireBug/Fiddler etc what do you see happening when you're loading the page. Always worth re-checking your event logs etc to ensure a change hasn't been made that you're unaware of as things don't break without some underlying cause.
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comment sql server licencing (How many cal)
And since it is always asked as a follow up (in fact you asked it as I was typing!)... no you can't just have your web app on another server and login to the DB using a single user name if you use the CAL route. The licensing terms are very clear - you need a CAL per user even if they are all share a single service account to hit the DB. Microsoft refer to this practice as Multiplexing. If you can't count your users you need a proc license.