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Is MSDN subscription the answer?

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RS4KEVFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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Experts have been giving me some support with a new server install and issues.  It's been years since i've really looked at anything server wise having left this to an external firm in past.  They've changed personel recently and not so happy with service.  I have the not very "old" hardware that was removed and thinking about installing Server 2012 & SQL 2014 on this to learn the products properly.  So question is would MSDN be the right way to get the licences to this and future updates?  

TIA as always

Kevin
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