I have a client with Windows 7 Pro installed as Virtual Machine on the MS Hyper-V 2012 server.
Multiple RDP sessions are enabled on that Windows 7 Pro with Thinstuff XP/VS server - turning it into "terminal" workstation.
There is Office 365 Pro Plus Open license installed on the Windows 7 Pro.
There are about 20 users accessing the "terminal" workstation.
As far as licensing legality goes I know that the MS Hyper-V 2012 is free and legal.
1. What license do I have to have to run Windows 7 Pro as Virtual Machine (accesses by 20 users)
2. Is Thinstuff XP/VS legal or is it a scam?
3. Can the Office 365 Pro Plus be legally installed and used on the VM - and being used by 20 users at the time?
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