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I want to install KMS in cluster.

I found no official guides for that, so I want Kerio representatives to comment my post.

First question is legal. Imagine I have bought license for 300 users and I have 2 servers in load-balancing configuration.
So when everything is OK, there are about of 150 different active users per server. When one server is down there are maximum of 300 users per the only working server. So number of user accounts actually used may grow up to 300 per server, but sum of accounts actually used on both servers simultaneously is not greater then 300. Can I use one 300-users license for both servers or I have to buy 2 licenses for 300 users for each server, thus paying twice much?

Second question is technical. I have 2 servers in NLB cluster with level C subnet binding, attached to external data storage. Both serves have one and the same configuration, so, for instance, path D:\MailStore on both servers points to one and the same folder on storage. KMS services have one and the same configuration, lets say I just copied configuration files, or installed KMS on shared storage drive. So each user will connect to one and the same server once operational node is choosed by cluster software and there is no chance both servers will try to access information associated with one and the same user.
Will this work fine or not, excluding obvious problems with change of configuration?

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