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Are there any other license I need beside the Remote Desktop Cal on Win 2008 R2

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I am getting mixed messages about Licenses that I need for external clients to connect to my Windows 2008 R2 application server. O know I need the Remote Desktop license. Are there any other?
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For your staff to connect externally onto your RDS server, you need the following per user:

- RDS CAL (per user or per device)
- Windows CAL

- Potentially Exchange CAL if user has a mailbox
- Potentially Office CAL if the server has Office 20xx installed - irrespective if the user runs it or not.

If you can provide more information about your infrastructure and RDS I can assist further.
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