If no database server with the matching server name is found on the local computer, a database server is not started automatically.
The LocalOnly (LOCAL) protocol option is only useful if DoBroadcast=ALL (the default) is also specified.
LocalOnly=YES uses the regular broadcast mechanism, except that broadcast responses from servers on other computers are ignored.
You can use the LocalOnly (LOCAL) protocol option with the server to restrict connections to the local computer. Connection
attempts from remote computers will not find this server, and the Locate (dblocate) utility will not see this server. Running
a server with the LocalOnly (LOCAL) protocol option set to YES allows the network server to run as a personal server without
experiencing connection or CPU limits.
When set to YES, this parameter causes a network database server to reject all connections from clients running on different
computers. This option has no effect on personal database servers, which never accept web service requests from other computers.
The default value is NO, which means accept requests from clients no matter where they are located.