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How to check CRM 2011 license type

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Is there any way to check what type of CRM 2011 license version do I use - workgroup or server? I found that I can check it indirectly (if number of CAL licenses that I see in deployment manager is more then 5 then it is Server License). But for example if I have 3 CAL licenses what should?
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mvalencia2003, unfortunately in CRM 2011 there is now such a page where I can see license limit
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Feridun Kadir earned 500 total points
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Yes, in the Deployment Manager try creating another organization. If you get a message that the existing organization will be disabled then you have workgroup. If it allows you to complete the wizard then you have server edition.
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Thanks, Feridun.
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