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Hi, couldn't find the answer to my licensing question on the forums or website... we have a 40 user license is it possible to install two servers and put 30 users on one and 10 on the other? (I'm familiar with the config setup requirements, but does the license allow it? I won't find one of the servers suddenly stop working?)

Slightly related... I was going to install a seperate server at a remote office for these 10 users... I noticed there's no way to sync public folders between servers. Just putting my hand up as someone else who would like to see that feature soon!

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I doubt the license allows that. Your not licensing 40 users whichever way you want, your licensing 1 server with 40 users. AFAIK. You'd have to contact Kerio sales though.

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With every install of Kerio you need a "Server License" which come with either 5 or 10 users.

After that you buy multiple pack of 5 user license to cover your needs.

If you want to split your uses that not a problem but u'll need a "Server License" which now come with 10 users and cost 599$ for the first year.

KMS1 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 150 users
KMS2 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 50 users
KMS3 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 10 users/MX BackUp
KMS4 Beta: Xserve 10.5.8 - MX BackUp2

KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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