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Office 2010 on a Terminal Server

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What type of llcense key is required for Office 2010 on a terminal server?  I understand that an OEM license key won't work.  What type of MAK key is required?

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In answer to your original question (!) a MAK key will be fine, I am not aware of different versions.
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great work
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