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we have serveral desktops around our company and we are thinking about moving to a terminal server/vm environment so we dont have to be constantly be upadting desktops. my main concern is licensing with windows, office or terminal licensing.


i am trying to figure out how to host mulitipule desktops in the most cost effect mannor. is there a way of using terminal services or a virtual service to get this done
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try Vista Enterprise Edition (VECD)

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/enterprise/products/mdop.aspx
Click on "Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization"

You can run 4 virtual machines with out having to license them.. This is called Desktop optimization.
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