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Server details to procure Microsoft volume licensing

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I have to renew my Microsoft volume licensing and our re-seller had said that Microsoft have now moved to a ‘per core’ licensing model for Windows Server.
We have 3 ESX host and 1 SAN       and we use VMware. Please see the attached the requested details.

Quantity of physical processors on Host- 1 and Number of cores in each physical processor
Quantity of physical processors on Host- 2 and Number of cores in each physical processor
Quantity of physical processors on Host- 3 and Number of cores in each physical processor


Will i be able to get these details form Vsphere client? Please post me tutorials  as how to get these details.
Thanks
Quantity-of-physical-processors.docx
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