Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2008

Hi, I have enabled the remote desktop service roles on the windows 2008 server.
Now I would like to install the software so that users can access the software like office, accounting software using the RDS session.
My question:
- there will be around 10 users so what sort of CALs i need to arrange? user or device, do i need to setup the server as license server?
- If i installed for example Office 2007 on this server does this require 10 licenses for 10 users who logs in using RDP or 1 office license all it requires, if it requires licenses according to users how the license works on this matter.
Regards
JJ
joyjohnAsked:
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Coast-ITCommented:
You need a volume licensed copy of office, this needs to legally cover the amount of users accessing it at any one time.  I would then buy TS user CALS and place your TS License server role somewhere other than the Terminal server, this is best practice.

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drpoppersCommented:
You need to specify that the office CALs are for terminal services, from 2007 onwards the keys need to be different, the standard VLK ones won't work.
joyjohnAuthor Commented:
hope MS reseller can help on this if i asked Office 2010 for terminal services, thanks
mkuehngoeCommented:
look here for the office:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/winserverTS/thread/ed1859ce-b735-4ff6-9ec7-f7499c61887e/
User or device Cals depend on your network. If you have many computers but only a few users use user Cals otherwise use device Cals.
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