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Microsoft Adds Workgroup Option For Present, Future SQL Servers
Contributed by: SHA, at 2/24/2005 08:29:00 PM.

Microsoft is sticking to its story that SQL Server 2005 will ship this summer, but in the meantime the company will release a new version of SQL Server 2000.
Starting in March, Microsoft will offer a Workgroup Edition of SQL Server 2000 to fill the gap between the free, embeddable Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE) and SQL Server 2000 Standard Edition.
The new SKU will retail for $3,899 per processor or $739 per server with five client access licenses (CALs), said Tom Rizzo, director of product management for SQL Server at Microsoft. The workgroup version is restricted for use on two CPUs and won't include reporting services, business intelligence and other perks that come with the Standard and Enterprise versions of the database. "It is database only," Rizzo said.

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