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Can I run office 365 instead of volume licencing on a server ?
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I have a server with 5 Remote desktop licences. Can I use my office 365 subscription instead of purchasing Volume licences. ?


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Two very contradicting articles:

They say yes:
http://www.aidanfinn.com/?p=14147

These guys say no:
http://josefhanslara.wordpress.com/2012/09/27/office-365-cannot-be-used-as-remote-desktop-services-terminal-services/

Neither of them an official source. I would say that if you can't find a Microsoft website on it I would say no. Of course, you may also want to ask the Microsoft Partner that handles your Office365 / Volume Licensing.
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