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how do I check my cals in exchange 2007?

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I have a test lab set up with exchange 2007 set up on a 2008 server.  Its an MSDN copy and I was wondering how cal's are set up on it?
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You mean you are worried that the MSDN copy has license in-built in it, and you do not like that.
OR you want to have access to those in-built license fitted ??
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