Guys, I could use some help here. I am been audited by Microsoft and am not sure what to respond to the question:
4.5 Server Application Installed / In Use:
1.1.) Enterprise Device CAL
1.2.) Enterprise User CAL
1.3.) Core Device CAL
1.2.) Core User CAL
1) What is Enterprise Vs Core?
I have "Windows Server - User CAL" (and am running WIn 2008 Enterprise) - in this case should I put Standard User CAL or Enterprise User CAL?
2) It says Server Applications Installed - if i currently have 30 CALs in use but have paid for 100 CALs - should I put here 30 or 100. It says installed so I assume they are interested in what's in use? Otherwise they have the total number on the Volume Center' site so makes no sense to ask me about this.
3) Is there anyway to find out how many CALs are in use on Exchange Server 2007, WIndows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2003? I think I have seen this in earlier server versions but could not find it anywhere now.
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