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This is my first post and am very new to MS SQL Server. We have MS SQL Server running on an existing server. We have a Software Applicationsoftware application that is utilizing the SQL Server as its back-end.

We are purchasing another software application that requires MS SQL Server. Can we utilize the same SQL Server for this new application or do we need to purchase new SQL server software and install on new server?

Both applications will use the same version of SQL Server.

This is my first post and am very new to MS SQL Server. We have MS SQL Server running on an existing server. We have a Software Application that is utilizing the SQL Server as its back-end.

We are purchasing another software application that requires MS SQL Server. Can we utilize the same SQL Server for this new application or do we need to purchase new SQL server software and install on new server?

This is my first post and am very new to MS SQL Server. We have MS SQL Server running on an existing server. We have a software application that is utilizing the SQL Server as its back-end.

We are purchasing another software application that requires MS SQL Server. Can we utilize the same SQL Server for this new application or do we need to purchase new SQL server software and install on new server?

Both applications will use the same version of SQL Server.

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Multiple applications accessing SQL Server

This is my first post and am very new to MS SQL Server. We have MS SQL Server running on an existing server. We have a Software Application that is utilizing the SQL Server as its back-end.

We are purchasing another software application that requires MS SQL Server. Can we utilize the same SQL Server for this new application or do we need to purchase new SQL server software and install on new server?