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Dear All

  Im want to have more information's about Microsoft Licesning, for example I have a number of servers installed, for example Domain controller, Exchange 2003 Enterprise, SQL 2000 enterprise, SQL 2005 Enterprise, ISA 2004 and other MS software,  each server has a number of clients accessing it, what is the best way to calculate the CALS license, also I want to know what does software assurance mean,

Thanks for help
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Try this link for calculating the licences you need:

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/licensing/manage/default.mspx

and especially:

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/licensing/manage/default.mspx#cal-calculator

Rule of thumb is that you have clients connecting to more than one server, you need Per Seat licenses.
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