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Microsoft SBS 2003 Transition Pack Licensing

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Once the transition pack has been run on an SBS server and all has completed successfully can I add windows, exchange & SQL licenses in the same way as I do on a regular Windows server?

I've heard talk about Transition licenses but does this mean they have to be added in the same way that you normally do with SBS?

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if you have 25 users on sbs, and buy 25 transition licences then it turns sbs into each product, so you have a copy of windows 2003 std, exchange, sql, isa, etc.

Then you treat each product as though it is the full unlimited version.
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