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price of TS CAL vs User CAL

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Hi, I'd like to ask the price difference of TS CAL and User CAL.  Which one is cheaper?  What's their  prices for 15 CAL?
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The price of a TS device CAL and TS user CAL is the same. Pricing varies depending on what type of licensing program you buy through. An easy way to buy is through Dell or CDW.
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Are you talking about User CAL you mean server CAL?

Terminal Server CALs are access to Terminal Services which cost more then a Server User CAL.

Now device and users CALs for either TS CALs are the same cost.

And device and user Server CALs are the same price
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