Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of Windows


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Timestamp:
07/24/06 23:23:21 (15 years ago)
Author:
Vitorio
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    v21 v22  
    6161If you are in ''Per Device or Per User'' licensing mode and you want to allow users to connect via Remote Desktop, each CAL user or device connecting via Terminal Server requires a '''Terminal Server Client Access License''' in addition to the CAL license.
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    63 Fourth, as an alternative, since Twisted as an "organization" has no "employees, temporary personnel, or independent contractors on assignment at the worksite of the organization," and people logging into Server 2004 over Terminal Server are not "customers to whom organization provides hosted services," instead of getting CALs or CALs + TS CALs, you can get an '''External Connector License''' or '''Terminal Server External Connector License''' that are blanket licenses for unlimited users/devices/connections.
     63Fourth, as an alternative, since Twisted as an "organization" has no "employees, temporary personnel, or independent contractors on assignment at the worksite of the organization," and people logging into Server 2003 over Terminal Server are not "customers to whom organization provides hosted services," instead of getting CALs or CALs + TS CALs, you can get an '''External Connector License''' or '''Terminal Server External Connector License''' that are blanket licenses for unlimited users/devices/connections.
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    6565Per the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 retail licensing page (all prices in USD), Server 2003 with five CALs is $1000, or with ten CALs it is $1200.  If SSH is your only way in, that may suffice.  If you will be logging into the GUI via Terminal Server, then you additionally need at least five TS CALs, which are $750 for five; there's no individual pricing or ten-pack.  So that's either $1750 or $2500 or five or ten TS users.