I'm not sure if this has already been asked or answered. But I work in a medium sized office, and we all use ArcMap 10.6. Once of the issues that we run into often is that multiple people cannot edit a Geo-database at the same time. However, it gets confusing and cumbersome to create so many different Geo-databases.
So my question is this. Is it possible to have a .gdb server without using ArcGIS Server? Given the cost there is no way we can afford it, but I am still looking for a solution (even if unsupported by ESRI) to be able to make this happen.
There are other options via the Workgroup geodatabase. Database Server (Workgroup) installation guide—Database Server (Workgroup) Installation Guide | ArcG...
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The main question is how many editors you want to have at the same time?
Hope this helps!