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Posted on 2012-03-14
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I ordered Media and Licensing from Microsoft for Windows 2008 Small Business Server Premium.  Media Part Number: T75-02424.   After I installed it, it is showing up Windows Server Standard FE.    What gives?
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Looks correct!
"Windows Server 2008 Standard FE is the shortened name for Windows Server 2008 for Windows Essential Server Solutions"
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I seen something like that on Google.  My issue is that I need to get this installed for a client in the next few days and don't want to run into any more issues as necessary.   The client has 35 users, and from what I seen online (doesnt say much) shows FE is for 15 max.  I paid for Premium, so I want to make sure it is what I got and installed.
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Thank You!
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