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Hi All,
If I want to add a second processor to my W2k03 server (standard edition) Do I need another license from Microsoft?  If so, is it a different license than what I already have?  Thanks.  Scott

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If the server is just running Windows 2003 Server then no additional license is required.
As for the applications - that could be a different matter. SQL can be licensed per processor for example, as can Oracle.

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We are also Running Microsoft SQL 2000 server.  Does that have a licensing issue?  Thanks.  Scott
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That will depend on how the licenses were purchased. You will need to check what licenses you already own.

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