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Microsoft Product Licensing

  1. 1. MCP Exam 70-672 Preparation Module 1 Product Licensing August 2012
  2. 2. Product Use Rights Channel Agreement with Use rights documented in Volume Licensing  Microsoft  Product Use Rights (PUR) document  Download PUR from http://www.microsoftvolumelicensing.com/userights/PUR.aspx OEM  OEM or System Builder  Microsoft Software License Terms (MSLT)  MSLT usually as a softcopy on the hard drive  Download sample MSLT from http://www.microsoft.com/about/legal/useterms/default.aspx FPP  Microsoft  Microsoft Software License Terms (MSLT)  MSLT usually in the installed software product  Download sample MSLT from http://www.microsoft.com/about/legal/useterms/default.aspx
  3. 3. Product Licensing Models in Volume Licensing 3 Desktop Applications Server Operating Systems Desktop Operating Systems Servers: Server/CAL Servers: Per Processor Management Servers Servers: Per Core Specialty Servers Developers Tools Online Services
  4. 4. Desktop Applications
  5. 5. Microsoft Office 2010 in Volume Licensing Office Standard Office Professional Plus Word Excel PowerPoint OneNote Outlook Publisher Access InfoPath Communicator SharePoint Workspace Enhanced functionality
  6. 6. Windows Desktop OS 6 Why use Volume Licensing for Office? VOLUME LICENSE FPP OEM Licensed per device    Install a copy on a portable device for use by the single primary user of the licensed device   - Re-assignment rights - No need to buy new licenses when hardware is replaced   - Downgrade rights  - - Re-imaging rights  - - Use on a Terminal Server  - - Volume Activation (KMS, MAK)  - - Software Assurance Benefits: Roaming Use Rights, Home Use Program (HUP), eLearning, Office Multilanguage Pack (MLP)  - -
  7. 7. Desktop Operating Systems
  8. 8. Windows 7 Offerings By Channel Full Packaged Product (FPP) OEM Pre-installed PCs and System Builder PCs Volume Licensing SA Benefit UltimateUltimate Enterprise Professional Professional Professional Home Premium Home Premium Home Basic Home Basic Starter
  9. 9. Windows Desktop OS 9 VOLUME LICENSE OEM FPP License type Upgrade Full version Full version and upgrade Re-assignment rights Upgrade  Software Assurance -  Downgrade rights   (n-2) - Re-imaging rights  - - Volume Activation (KMS, MAK)  - - Software Assurance Benefits: BitLocker Drive Encryption, Multiuser Interface (MUI), Virtualization Rights, Roaming Use Rights, Purchase right for MDOP  Add Software Assurance within 90 days (not available with enterprise-wide standardization in EA, EAS, OV Company-wide, OVS)
  10. 10. Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) 10 MDOP is an optional purchase available only to customers who have • active Software Assurance for their Windows desktop operating system licenses • active subscriptions for Windows VDA, or • active subscriptions for Windows Intune
  11. 11. Servers: Operating Systems
  12. 12. Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Web Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter Licensed per server Licensed per server Licensed per server Licensed per physical processor (minimum 2) 1 OSE (physical or virtual) 1 POSE + 1 VOSE 1 POSE + 4 VOSE 1 POSE + unlimited VOSE No CALs required Windows Server 2008 CALs per user / per device for accessing instances of Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 RDS CALs per user / per device for accessing Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services Windows Server 2008 RMS CALs per user / per device for accessing Windows Server 2008 R2 Rights Management Services
  13. 13. Choosing between User and Device CALs Device CALs User CALs Economic factors • Less expensive to acquire Device CALs • Fewer devices than users, e.g. call center, factory floor • Less expensive to acquire User CALs • Fewer users than devices, e.g. information worker with multiple devices (desktop, notebook, and smartphone) Ease of Management • Easier to track devices • Asset management systems are set up to track devices • Easier to track users • Purchasing systems are tightly linked with HR processes
  14. 14. Servers: Server/CAL
  15. 15. Client Access Licenses Basic functionality Basic functionality Advanced functionality +
  16. 16. Exchange Server 2010 CALs Feature Standard CAL + Enterprise CAL Email, Calendar, Contacts and Tasks  Outlook Web App  Exchange ActiveSync Mobile Access  Voicemail with Unified Messaging  Integrated Archive  Legal Hold  Information Protection and Control 
  17. 17. SharePoint Server 2010 CALs Feature Standard CAL + Enterprise CAL Sites, Communities, Content  Search (excludes FAST Search)  Search (includes client access rights for FAST Search Server 2.0)  Composites (excludes Access Services and InfoPath Services)  Composites (includes Access Services and InfoPath Services)  Insights (includes Excel Services, Visio Services, and PerformancePoint Services) 
  18. 18. Lync Server 2010 CALs Feature Standard CAL + Enterprise CAL + Plus CAL Instant messaging, presence, PC-to-PC audio and video communications, authenticated attendee experience for internally hosted conferences  Audio, Video, and Web conferencing for collaboration with both internal and external users  Voice telephony 
  19. 19. Exchange Server Enterprise CAL SC Client Management Suite Forefront Protection Suite SharePoint Server Enterprise CAL Forefront Unified Access Gateway CAL Windows Server Rights Management Services (RMS) CAL Exchange Server Standard CAL SharePoint Server Standard CAL Lync Server Standard CAL Windows Server CAL All components of Core CAL Suite + Core and Enterprise CAL Suite SC Configuration Manager Client-ML SC Endpoint Protection Lync Server Enterprise CAL CAL Suites in Volume Licensing
  20. 20. Enterprise Servers vs Enterprise CALs Access basic functionality Access basic and advanced functionality
  21. 21. External Users External Users means users that are not the customer’s or the customer’s affiliates’ employees, onsite contractors or onsite agents. External users may be licensed with individual CALs or an External Connector license. An External Connector License (per server) permits access to the server software by any number of external users. • Examples for available EC licenses: Windows Server 2008 R2 EC, Exchange Server 2010 Standard EC. • EC licenses are not available for SQL Server 2012 and SharePoint Server.
  22. 22. SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites (fIS) All content, information, and applications accessible by internal users must also be accessible to external users. Customers wishing to consolidate their SharePoint Server needs under a single deployment may acquire licenses for both products, assign those licenses to the same server, and use the same running instance of the software simultaneously under both licenses. However, customers must acquire CALs as required under the SharePoint Server 2010 use rights to access content limited to internal users.
  23. 23. SQL Server 2012
  24. 24. Licensing Model Per Core: SQL Server 2012 Enterprise and Standard Determining the number of licenses required for SQL Server 2012 Enterprise or Standard running in the physical OSE: The customer may license based on all of the physical cores on the server. The number of licenses required equals the number of physical cores on the server (minimum of 4).
  25. 25. Licensing Model Server / CAL: SQL Server 2012 BI and Standard SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence can only be licensed in the Server/CAL model. SQL Server 2012 Standard can be licensed per core or alternatively in the Server/CAL model. SQL Server Standard Edition should be deployed in the Server/CAL model in scenarios where customers can easily count users/devices and the total licensing costs are lower than using the per core licensing model.
  26. 26. Management Servers
  27. 27. System Center 2012 System Center 2012 Standard and Datacenter Editions are for managing servers (not clients). Licenses are required only for servers being managed. No additional licenses are needed for management servers or SQL Server technology. Each license covers up to two physical processors. Each license of SC 2012 Standard permits managing 2 virtual OSEs. Each license of SC 2012 Datacenter permits managing an unlimited number of OSEs on premises.
  28. 28. System Center 2012 Components Server Management Client Management Configuration Manager Assesses, deploys, and updates servers, client computers, and devices Included in SC 2012 Standard and SC 2012 Datacenter • SCCM Client-ML or • Core CAL Suite Virtual Machine Manager virtual machine management and services deployment with support for multi-hypervisor environments • SCCM Client-ML or • Core CAL Suite Operations Manager Deep application diagnostics and infrastructure monitoring with comprehensive view of customer´s datacenter, private, and public clouds • SC Client Mgmt Suite or • Enterprise CAL Suite Data Protection Manager Data protection, backup, and recovery • SC Client Mgmt Suite or • Enterprise CAL Suite Service Manager flexible self-service experiences and standardized datacenter processes • SC Client Mgmt Suite or • Enterprise CAL Suite Orchestrator orchestration, integration, and automation of IT processes through the creation of runbooks • SC Client Mgmt Suite or • Enterprise CAL Suite App Controller common self-service experience across private and public clouds -
  29. 29. Online Services
  30. 30. Office 365 Plans (licensed per user) Office 365 K1 Office 365 K2 Office 365 E3 Office 365 E4 Office 365 E1 Office 365 E2
  31. 31. Module 1 Product Licensing 1 hour Module 2 Program Licensing 1 hour Module 3 Software Assurance 1 hour Module 4 Scenarios 1 hour MCP Exam 3 hours 

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