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335 Essential Licensing Questions

Windows Server Essential Licensing Questions

5 out of 5 based on 13 customer ratings
(13 customer reviews)

£14.99

We’ve all been there – a question about Microsoft licensing comes at a moment when you just don’t have the time to find an answer, let alone the right answer. Wouldn’t it be fabulous to have an amazing co-worker sitting in the corner who’s got an encyclopaedic knowledge of licensing, that you can just call over to with your question and he always knows the answer – and what’s more, he knows where to go to prove it? It sounds too good to be true of course, but armed with this book it’s like that amazing co-worker has come to life!

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Product Description

If you need to find the right answers to licensing questions as quickly as possible then this is the book for you. The team at Licensing School has researched, listed and catalogued all the essential questions – and their answers of course! – for Windows Server, going from the 2012 R2 version all the way back to Windows Server 2000. These questions have then been grouped and indexed in such a way that it makes the answers that you need easy to find. In addition, we’ve always included a Microsoft reference so that you can check and be confident that the given answer is correct and accurate.

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Get the next version of this book for just £5! Microsoft has already announced that we should expect Windows Server 2016 after 1 July 2016 and at this time we will refresh our book. If you want to have this new book included in your purchase today then you need to include Book Assurance (BA) and for just an extra £5 per book (+ P&P) you will receive the Windows Server 2016 version as soon as it’s released.

13 reviews for Windows Server Essential Licensing Questions

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Surgical in its delivery of quality information, the essentials guide offers the “why” behind the “what” of Windows Server licensing up to Windows Server 2012, and is exceptionally focused.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    This book is a very helpful summary for main topics within the Windows Server licensing. It is well structured and allows to find the answers to several questions in one book only. There is no need to search in all the official documents at first. Once you have the answer to your question you have the reference to the official document. By the way: It is a good opportunity to challenge your Windows Server licensing know-how…:)

  3. 5 out of 5

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    “This book is nothing less than amazing! It is incredibly thorough and detailed. I wish I had one of these to reference for all MS products!”

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Really helpful, fun to read and intuitive in its build-up.

  5. 5 out of 5

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    “This is simply Amazing” I believe the whole team was putting your selves in to the shoes of the new Licensing or SAM learners or beginners and of course this info is valuable for experts also, while writing this book. I’m in love with black books. Thank you for your great efforts.” Licensing school always makes the complex licensing in to simplified licensing with their innovative learning tips…

  6. 5 out of 5

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    Another great book by the Licensing School. Downgrade rights, SA and mobility have always been questionable but this books puts the answers in simple black and white for all to understand. This will help from general enquiries to day to day interaction with customers. I am looking forward to the next book Licensing School releases

  7. 5 out of 5

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    Such a useful, clearly written guide that can help navigate Microsoft licensing rules. Essential reading for all Software Asset Managers and Licensing Specialists.

  8. 5 out of 5

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    This Manual is excellent and a must for the Licensing Community (LSP) and the Employees in charge of SAM in their organization (Customer).

  9. 5 out of 5

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    This book answers all licensing questions regarding Windows Server licensing from version 2000 until 2012 R2. It is very easy to use and the answers are very clear and directly answer any question which you might have about these products. This is a very handy tool for day to day licensing questions.

  10. 5 out of 5

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    “This book really covers “Essential” Windows Server licensing questions and provides a fast and short overview about licensing basics (availability. editions, versions, downgrade rights, upgrade paths and virtualization rights). The index helps to find the corresponding Q&A section fast and simple. Furthermore you learn how to work with PUR, Product List, Product Terms and Licensing Briefs as every answer refers to a Microsoft document. When facing complex licensing scenarios e.g requirement of RDS CAL using third party virtualization software e.g. VM Ware Horizon View or how to license External Connector in a server farm this book can give you some ideas (brainstorming) but you might require additional help.”

  11. 5 out of 5

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    An excellent concept which gets straight to the point in what can be a complicated area

  12. 5 out of 5

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    “Concise and complete guide for all the licensing you need to know covering 15 years of Microsoft Windows Server (2000-2012 R2). Easy to navigate to the version and subject, it provides the answer, plus the reference for further reading. A must have for all IT Departments, Licensing Specialist and SAM Consultants

  13. 5 out of 5

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    When I first opened the book I really liked the explanations in the beginning of the book, it sets expectations and when finished reading the book the expectations are met (and more!). The composition of the book is very useful and easy to understand. When answering the questions in this survey it was not hard to find the answers or look up reference material. I love it! The idea of having a “Glossary” and “Index” at the end of the book is very nice and again useful. I will now be even more attentive when updates comes via newsletter and social media from Licensing School, hoping to read that a new or updated “Essential Licensing Questions and their answers” is coming up. I am very impressed and happy that Louise and her colleagues at Licensing School has produced this book/series – keep them coming, please!

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