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How to check is a Windows 2008 is activated Per Server licensing or Per Seat licensing?

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How to check is a Windows 2008 is activated Per Server licensing or Per Seat licensing?
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Microsoft hasn't offered Per Server Licensing since 2000... MAYBE 2003, definitely not 2008.
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As my fellow Expert has stated, it's actually Windows 2003,  but if you don't believe us look for the Control Panel > Licensing applet!

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