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Windows Server 2003 Licensing

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by aushaheed, Apr 9, 2004.

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  1. aushaheed

    aushaheed Guest Thread Starter

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    Hello:

    I have a question about licensing for Windows Server 2003.
    This is what I have:

    Total Servers: 15

    Main Office:
    12 Servers
    - PDC & BDC
    - Print Server
    - Admin Server
    - 3 Webservers
    - Mail Server
    - 2 Firewalls
    - App Server
    - Remote Server

    Remote Office
    3 Servers
    - PDC
    - Firewall
    - File Server

    How do you know how many licenses do i need to have.
    I have about 225 users & computers

    Any advice would help!?
    Thanks!
     
  2. CagedFury

    CagedFury

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    IMHO this is a question best answered by a Microsoft professional. What it really comes down to is which of those 225 clients accesses which server and the licensing method your organization uses (are you using per seat, user, or CPU licensing?).

    Navigating Microsoft's licensing maze is problematic at best. Call the local MS office and make someone earn their weekly paycheck.
     
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