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System Center with multiple domains

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May I manage several domains, for example on different subnets, with the System Center Suite (includes Virtual Machine Manager 2008, Operations Manager 2007, Configuration Manager 2007, and Data Protection Manager 2007)?

What about Licensing?
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what about licensing? if your licensed for the product, your licensed for the product, doesnt matter how many domains you use it on.

if your after the SC suite on a per server basis - MS now do a management cal on a per-server basis.
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The approach ist to have, say for example, 30 different sbs-server, different subnets. Is this possible?

One Management-Server (SC) monitors ALL of the maschines? Do I need a CAL per Client/Server für SC?

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Have a look at SMSE licensing for System Center (http://weblogwally.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!A913F865098E0556!368.entry) and (http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/management-suites.aspx.)
This will point out that you can pay by the physical system even in a virtual environment.
It does not matter if your monitoring multiple domains only when your using multiple management groups.
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Walter
http://weblogwally.spaces.live.com
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