SQL 2008 Install / Licensing

I've installed SQL numerous times, so I'm ashamed to ask this.  But ask I will.

I have an installation of 32-bit SQL Server 2008 SP3 that I need to be licensed for "max CALs", not processor-based.  

Is there a stage during installation where you define this kind of thing?  Where you set the "governor" for the number of concurrent connections?

I do not remember ever seeing anything like this, but I'm asking anyway.

Thanks!
bamapieAsked:
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Chris MangusConnect With a Mentor Database AdministratorCommented:
Licensing hasn't been embedded in SQL Server since SQL Server 2000.  From 2005 and forward you're on the honor system.  You buy the licensing you need and use it appropriately.
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VENKAT KOKULLASQL Server DBACommented:
Please fiind the attachment it will helpout you

--Venkat
SQLServer2005Licensingv1.1.doc
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bamapieAuthor Commented:
Thanks much, and sorry for the delay in grading.
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