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Posted on 2013-12-21
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Quick question,

Studying for exam 70-410, I'm a bit confused as to the txt book I'm using says that I can install 1 Physical and 1 Virtual Srv on Srv Essentials 2012 and on another page is says that I can install
1 Physical or 1 Vitural Srv on Srv Essentials 2012.

Can anyone point me in the right direction? Is it 1 & 1 or is it 1 or 1???

Many Thanks...
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by:Cliff Galiher
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2012 essentials gives you a license for ONE installed OSE. It can be physical or virtual  but not both.
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So in other words you can not install one of each, just one or the other.
Correct?
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Correct.
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