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In your EA (enterprise agreement) portal Microsoft list what licences you have purchased/own. Next to MSSQL ours lists 8 enterprise core licences. Does that represent 8 cores in total, or as each individual licence comes with 2 cores, does that represent 16 core licences?
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It's better you ask Microsoft but I believe it's 8 cores in total.
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