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I just want to buy two windows 2003 server software for my two Dell server. My question is if I buy one windows 2003 server with 20 CAL( per user/per device licenses), I don't need to buy CAL for my second windows 2003 server. Am I right?
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Hi jeff_zhang,

Yep, you right. The CALs cover the users/machines accessing the network resources. Yu can have as many servers as you want (as long as you buy a server license) and the 30 CAL will allow your users to conect to them.
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