For example, a CAL assigned to a user, allows only that user to access the server via any device. Likewise, if a DAL is assigned to particular device, then any authenticated user using that device is allowed to access the server. We can use a simple example to help highlight the practical differences between CAL and DAL licensing models and understand the most cost-effective approach: Assume an environment with Windows Server R2 standard edition and a total of 50 users and 25 devices workstations.
Sign in to vote Hi everybody, I'm in a need of some help, one of my cusomers his servers has an issue and i'm in the need of a Server pre R2 Foundation installation ISO. Microsoft didn't do a great job on providing these images or it's a real mess to find it. There is a link to a Server Standard download but this does not let me install Foundation and the key will not be accepted.
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