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OEM Licensing: How many licenses do I need?

In this week’s edition of our OEM Licensing series, we take a closer look at additive licenses and how to calculate how many total licenses are needed to provide optimal server performance that will support your customers’ IT and business requirements.

 

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OEM Licensing Friday: Dive into Licensing

In last week’s licensing blog, we learned that ROK is the Reseller Option Kit, a way for you to easily sell and deploy a Windows Server Operating System (OS) on OEM Branded Server Hardware. But what is the next level on licensing? Let’s take the next step together.

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OEM Licensing Friday: Back to the basics

Last week’s blog, “Choose the right Windows Server solution for your business (and don’t forget the CALs!)” gave you four simple steps to help you design the best server solution for your SMB customers. Once you have chosen the best server and best OS, the next step is to determine the best way to license that OS. Read on for Licensing 101…

 

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What’s New with Microsoft Windows Server 2012. Editions and Licensing

Are you wondering what's new with editions and licensing on Windows Server 2012? Let's follow Lucy Ellis today, she will give us a deep insight on this topic.

Licensing Windows Server for Virtual Machines - Overview

How do you properly license servers for virtual machine mobility? Find out more about virtualization technology, regardless of the brand. It could be Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware ESX or some other option.

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