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Microsoft® Small Business Server 2011, Standard Edition or premium?

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Does Microsoft® Small Business Server 2011, Standard Edition come with Exchange 2010 ?
What is the difference with premiium.?
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SBS Standard has Exchange 2010 included.

The Premium Add-in is Server 2008 Standard R2, with a specialised version of SQL Server.

You need CALs (Client Access Licences) for both aspects.  i.e. If you have 25 users and 10 of those users access an SQL database, you need 25 SBS CALs, plus 10 SBS Premium CALs.

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By "specialized", what is meant is that it may only be installed where it can find a version of SBS, either SBS Standard or SBS Essentials.  Other than that, it is "real" SQL Standard.  
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