I have some XP boxes with OEM license. Need to convert them to Virtual (P2V). They will be hosted by VMware. These converted machines will be accessed using RD either by thin clients or PCs with Ubuntu.
Which license (by the MS view point) should I buy in order to make it legally?
Retail or Volume.
see my FAQ, Question 10. Can I P2V my physical server installed with an OEM version of the operating system?
HOW TO: FAQ VMware P2V Troubleshooting (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/VMWare/A_12555.html)
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