I am a little confuse about usage of CAL license. Suppose i have one database Server 2012 and on the other hand i have one application server where around 50 virtual directories which uses the sa user via web.config file to connect database server. My question is how many CALs required to purchase.
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I need to invoke e .NET Managed .EXE located on a Webhost (https://..) from client machines. These clients mostly don't have the .net framework installed. Can I do this from (I know very old) VB6? I know it's old, but IT don't want to install .net framework on 600-800 clients for just one app...
Note: the .EXE application updates exchange calendar info using ExchangeWebService.
Probably I will have to create a webservice that does the job, which I can call from VB6. Unfortunatly I am stuck to this. Internally we have .net installed on the web servers (for our intranet) and the clients just are Win 7 / Xp with office installed, some policies even deny access to the "C:\" drive for standard users (not developers) :(
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Having copied and pasted 'How to: Host a WCF Service in a Managed Windows Service' from MSDN, using InstallUtil to install, the service 'WCFWindowsServiceSample' does not appear in Services.msc. Where have I (MS) gone wrong?