I just got hired on to do some basic IT work(installing software, making sure people can print, etc) to help them save some money instead of going to an IT company for every little thing. The company has a Windows Server 2003 machine set up as their server that everyone connects to.
Recently, people started receiving errors that the server had reached it's connection limit. This is beyond my skill (as I said, I'm only here to do basic things), so I contacted the IT company that they use, and the reply was that we needed to purchase more licenses to let more people connect. This doesn't make any sense to me.
The server is located on site, and is within the network. Is this company blowing smoke up our butts?