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  • Microsoft licensing for instructors

    Hi,

    My company is building a classroom with 10 desktop and two servers. Desktop with Windows 7 and Servers with Windows Server 2012, one clean and a second one with SQL Server.

    My question is will I have to purchase full licences for all the machines or is there a program that will grant me the ability to purchase discount licences.

    We are not an educational institute and we intent to charge for the courses we are giving in this particular classroom.

    Thank you,
    Roni

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    Re: Microsoft licensing for instructors

    I think the regular licenses, but contact MS if you want to know it for sure.

    What also might be interested instead of your current setup is Windows MultiPoint Server 2012. It looks quite cool
    Marcel
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    • #3
      Re: Microsoft licensing for instructors

      You could register as a partner and buy an Action Pack subscription -- 1 server and 10 WS licenses (plus lots more) for about 250 per year
      Tom Jones
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      Scotland

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