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Licensing question - Windows Server

thanks for clearing that up! >-----Original Message----- >No. > >It means you can install it on one PC and use a max of 2 CPUs. > >-- >[url]http://www.g2mil.com/Apr2003.htm[/url] >[url]http://www.sharpword.com/fascism.htm[/url] >---------------------------------------------------------- ----- >David Candy >[url]http://www.mvps.org/serenitymacros[/url] >---------------------------------------------------------- ----- >"Chip" <polirapatient957.com> wrote in message news:052501c3481f$aa5f3c60$a401280aphx.gbl... >> my license says windows xp pro 1-2 CPU >> >> does that mean i can install it legally on 2 seperate 1- >> cpu computers??? >> >> thanks, >> chip > >. >...

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    thanks for clearing that up!
    >-----Original Message-----
    >No.
    >
    >It means you can install it on one PC and use a max of 2
    CPUs.
    >
    >--
    >[url]http://www.g2mil.com/Apr2003.htm[/url]
    >[url]http://www.sharpword.com/fascism.htm[/url]
    >----------------------------------------------------------
    -----
    >David Candy
    >[url]http://www.mvps.org/serenitymacros[/url]
    >----------------------------------------------------------
    -----
    >"Chip" <polirapatient957.com> wrote in message
    news:052501c3481f$aa5f3c60$a401280aphx.gbl...
    >> my license says windows xp pro 1-2 CPU
    >>
    >> does that mean i can install it legally on 2 seperate 1-
    >> cpu computers???
    >>
    >> thanks,
    >> chip
    >
    >.
    >
    chip Guest

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    "Chip" <polirapatient957.com> wrote in message
    news:052501c3481f$aa5f3c60$a401280aphx.gbl...
    > my license says windows xp pro 1-2 CPU
    >
    > does that mean i can install it legally on 2 seperate 1-
    > cpu computers???


    No, it does not. You can install it only on a single computer,
    and that computer can be running either one or two CPUs.

    --
    Ken Blake
    Please reply to the newsgroup


    Ken Blake Guest

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    I need to add a Windows 2003 Server with SQL 2000 to our network. We will
    be running a program on this server that will use IIS to allow users to
    connect via there web browser to lookup parts, etc. We will have 4 users
    who maintain this program via the SQL connection, and everyone else, which
    is about 20 users will connect via the web browser.

    So that being all said, I always struggle with what I need for licensing.
    Will the IIS connections count against licensing? As for SQL will I need to
    license for everyone too, or just the 4 users? Confused!! Please set me
    straight. Thanks



    Rodney Guest

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    Will the web browser users be employees or anonymous users?

    "Rodney" <nospamnospam> wrote in message
    news:OrZeF5TVEHA.1652TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
    > I need to add a Windows 2003 Server with SQL 2000 to our network. We
    will
    > be running a program on this server that will use IIS to allow users to
    > connect via there web browser to lookup parts, etc. We will have 4 users
    > who maintain this program via the SQL connection, and everyone else, which
    > is about 20 users will connect via the web browser.
    >
    > So that being all said, I always struggle with what I need for licensing.
    > Will the IIS connections count against licensing? As for SQL will I need
    to
    > license for everyone too, or just the 4 users? Confused!! Please set me
    > straight. Thanks
    >
    >
    >

    Brendon Rogers Guest

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    Employees. This will only we accessed on the internal network.


    "Brendon Rogers" <brendonnospam-itology.net> wrote in message
    news:uimuh$TVEHA.3988tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
    > Will the web browser users be employees or anonymous users?
    >
    > "Rodney" <nospamnospam> wrote in message
    > news:OrZeF5TVEHA.1652TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
    > > I need to add a Windows 2003 Server with SQL 2000 to our network. We
    > will
    > > be running a program on this server that will use IIS to allow users to
    > > connect via there web browser to lookup parts, etc. We will have 4
    users
    > > who maintain this program via the SQL connection, and everyone else,
    which
    > > is about 20 users will connect via the web browser.
    > >
    > > So that being all said, I always struggle with what I need for
    licensing.
    > > Will the IIS connections count against licensing? As for SQL will I
    need
    > to
    > > license for everyone too, or just the 4 users? Confused!! Please set
    me
    > > straight. Thanks
    > >
    > >
    > >
    >
    >

    Rodney Guest

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    I have a few domain controllers, and I have been battling the license
    service forever now. If I make changes to one domain controller, a
    different one still says I am out of licenses. This is a major annoyance.
    Microsoft seems to know that their licensing service s, but fails to do
    anything about it. Am I missing something important? Any other comments
    are appreciated.

    --Mike


    Mike Guest

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    The standard answer is disable the license logging service,

    I know we do it by default on our servers,

    As long as you keep your licensing info up to date the service isn't a big
    deal to have off in most cases.

    Diane


    "Mike" <nomailnospam.com> wrote in message
    news:umynKY6VEHA.2816TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
    I have a few domain controllers, and I have been battling the license
    service forever now. If I make changes to one domain controller, a
    different one still says I am out of licenses. This is a major annoyance.
    Microsoft seems to know that their licensing service s, but fails to do
    anything about it. Am I missing something important? Any other comments
    are appreciated.

    --Mike



    Diane McCorkle Guest

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    Default Licensing question

    I have a few domain controllers, and I have been battling the license
    service forever now. If I make changes to one domain controller, a
    different one still says I am out of licenses. This is a major annoyance.
    Microsoft seems to know that their licensing service s, but fails to do
    anything about it. Am I missing something important? Any other comments
    are appreciated.

    --Mike


    Mike Guest

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    Do you have defined in active directory a site-license
    server? If not, investigate implementing one in
    via "Active Directory Sites and Services".

    have a great day
    >-----Original Message-----
    >The standard answer is disable the license logging
    service,
    >
    >I know we do it by default on our servers,
    >
    >As long as you keep your licensing info up to date the
    service isn't a big
    >deal to have off in most cases.
    >
    >Diane
    >
    >
    >"Mike" <nomailnospam.com> wrote in message
    >news:umynKY6VEHA.2816TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
    >I have a few domain controllers, and I have been
    battling the license
    >service forever now. If I make changes to one domain
    controller, a
    >different one still says I am out of licenses. This is
    a major annoyance.
    >Microsoft seems to know that their licensing service
    s, but fails to do
    >anything about it. Am I missing something important?
    Any other comments
    >are appreciated.
    >
    >--Mike
    >
    >
    >
    >.
    >
    Guest

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    Hello All,
    I am running win2k with win xp clients. When I look under license manager I
    do not see all the machines in my environment which are currently connected
    to the server. Is this correct?
    Also, I am wondering if I have a 5 client CAL for win2k3 server would it be
    better to use per seat license since all clients in my environment have
    thier own CAL.
    TIA,
    Altria


    Altria Guest

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    Altria,
    Altria wrote: 

    please try to avoid crosspostings.
    Best greetings from Germany
    Olaf.
    Olaf Guest

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    Olaf Engelke [MVP] wrote: 
    >
    > please try to avoid crosspostings.[/ref]

    .....I think you mean multiposting :-)
    http://www.blakjak.demon.co.uk/mul_crss.htm

     


    Lanwench Guest

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    Default licensing question

    I am thinking of purchasing a new server for an in house
    email server. It will run Windows Server 2003 and
    Exchange Server 2003. My question is will I have to buy
    CALs for both products? About 20 people will access this
    server for email only and no file sharing.

    Thanks in advance.
    wam Guest

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    You might want to look into SBS2003 - either standard or premium (the latter
    includes ISA). Much more cost effective. Comes with 5 SBS CALs and you can
    buy 15 more.

    Then you can also use it for file/print sharing, too, if you like - why not
    take full advantage of a centralized server?

    wam wrote: 


    Lanwench Guest

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