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M$ Enterprise Agreement Compliance

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M$ is hitting us up to make sure we're compliant.  If anything I think we've probably dropped # of servers.  Does there exist a tool to summarize you CAL and whatever usage for compliance-sake?
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You can use Microsoft's own MAP Toolkit, it is pretty slow, but a good first port of call. Having been through a Microsoft audit recently, the process is very manual and their auditors don't know much about the licensing requirements either.
Good luck!
...Terry
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Awesome.  Thank you.
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