Here’s your chance to learn more about how Microsoft products are really licensed.
“Introduction to Office, Windows, and Server Licensing For Partners” - How are Microsoft products REALLY licensed? Want to find out? Attend this session and learn how the following items are really licensed: Microsoft Office, SBS, Windows Server, Exchange Server, & Windows Desktop O/S. How does Terminal Services change all of this? (Yes, that does say Terminal Services and it’s not as bad as you think!) Who is CAL and why should you know him? What's the difference between User & Device CALs? and more... Presented by Eric Ligman, Sr. Mgr. of Community Engagement @ Microsoft.
· 12:30 pm PST session – Click here to register
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric LigmanMicrosoft US Senior ManagerSmall Business Community EngagementThis posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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There’s a question floating around right now about how downgrade rights work in regards to being “stuck”
There’s a question floating around right now about how downgrade rights work in regards to being “stuck
Imagine o cenário. Você adquire o SBS 2003 R2, mas descobre que seu software administrativo não roda
What the h3ll is Microsoft thinking?!?!  You mean that if I need to open a Word document or an Excel
In some of my earlier post, such as: OEM Microsoft Server software. New short video answers top questions