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We are running the above on our 2008 r2 servers as an intranet, works fine.
We are going to migrate to Server 2016 or 2012 r2 next year.
Does sharepoint still come free with the two OS?  Can we migrate it easily?

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This is a "free version" of SharePoint 2013 named "SharePoint Foundation Server" that will run on Windows 2012 R2 Server. I am not sure if it will run on 2016.

There will be no "free version" of SharePoint 2016.

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The ease of migration depends upon what type of environment you currently have. If it is a simple environment, you will be able to migrate it easily if you follow TechNet exactly.

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