I have 100 users with the below old
Microsoft servers that need upgrading
server #1 = MS File/Domain/Print
server #2 = MS SQL Database
server #3 = MS IIS external web frontend
server #4 = MS SharePoint external web frontend
server #5 = MS Exchange external web frontend
1. Can I get some type of "multi-server CAL" that does all of the above OR do I need to purchase CALS for each server ?
2. Can I just purchase the SERVER upgrade and NOT have to purchase CAL upgrades ?
If cost is TOO high I plan to put some items in the CLOUD.
I do not want a Microsoft EA agreement since we only upgrade once every six years.
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