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Title: Licensing Microsoft Products


1

Microsoft Licensing Microsoft Products
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Product Activation
  • Product Activation is the process of getting the
    product key for your specific combination of
    hardware and software
  • Activation exists on OEM and FPP
  • OEM licences are typically pre-activated for the
    customer by the OEM/system builder
  • See http//www.microsoft.com/piracy/basics/activat
    ion/

3
Which Products are affected?
  • Microsoft Office 2003 products (Word 2003,
    Excel 2003, etc.)
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Home
    Edition
  • And all ongoing releases

4
Volume Licensing Activation
  • Use Volume Licence Key (VLK)
  • https//eopen.microsoft.com/
  • https//licensing.microsoft.com/eLicense/

5
Product Activation Misconceptions
  • You must activate your software immediately
  • Operating systems require activation after 30
    days
  • Office products require activation after 50
    launches and will then behave like a file viewer
  • You can only activate your software once
  • A second activation is necessary to enable
    portable use rights
  • Reactivation is allowed for reinstallation
  • Reactivation may be required after a hardware
    configuration change

6
Product Use Rights
7
Product Use Rights
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Product Use Rights contd
  • The product user rights are part of the Microsoft
    licence agreements, i.e. the right to use the
    software, additional rights and limitations
  • Different product user rights for
  • applications
  • operating systems
  • server products
  • developer tools

9
Transferring Licences
  • A company may transfer a licence to another PC or
    User Within their Organisation (providing it was
    acquired through FPP or Volume licensing)
  • A company may make a one time permanent transfer
    a licence to a third party (providing it was
    acquired through FPP or OEM)
  • The following must also be transferred with the
    software
  • Original licence and any upgrade licence
    confirmations
  • End User Licence Agreement (EULA)
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
  • Microsoft Licences may not be rented, loaned,
    leased, or used for commercial hosting except
    through the Service Provider Licence Agreement
    (SPLA)

10
Licensing of Microsoft Applications
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Different Types of Licence
  • Full Package Product (FPP)
  • Full version
  • Upgrade
  • OEM
  • Full version
  • Volume Licensing
  • (Open, Multi Year Open, Open Subscription,
    Select, Enterprise Agreement, Enterprise
    Subscription Agreement, Full version)
  • Office 2003 can be enrolled in SA through a
    Volume Licensing Programme
  • No upgrades
  • Downgrade rights

12
End User Licensing Agreement for Applications
  • Every device requires a licence except
  • GRANT OF LICENSE. Microsoft grants you the
    following rights provided that you comply with
    all terms and conditions of this EULA
  • 1.1 Installation and use. You may
  • (a) install and use a copy of the Software on
    one personal computer or other device and
  • (b) install an additional copy of the Software
    on a second, portable device for the exclusive
    use of the primary user of the first copy of the
    Software.

13
Concurrency
  • Each device requires a licence
  • A licence cannot be concurrently used by
    different computers
  • Concurrent Use multiple use of a licence on
    multiple PCs
  • Not available for Microsoft applications since
    1997

5 licences required,1 for the server and 1 for
each device accessing the server e.g. Office
14
Downgrade Rights for Applications
  • There are no downgrade rights in OEM or FPP
  • VL customers can downgrade a single application
    within Office 2003 without downgrading their
    entire suite

15
SharePoint Team Services
  • SharePoint Team Services are a component of
  • Microsoft FrontPage 2002
  • Microsoft Project Server 2002
  • Use Rights
  • Install a single copy of Sharepoint Team Services
    on one computer and allow an unlimited number of
    people within an organisation access to and use
    of Sharepoint Team Services from other computers
  • A licence for FrontPage 2002 or Project Server
    2002 is required for every computer on which
    Sharepoint Team Services is installed

16
Licensing ofMicrosoft Operating Systems
17
Windows XP Professional
  • Full Package Product (FPP)
  • Full version
  • Upgrade
  • Can be enrolled in SA through a VL Programme
  • OEM
  • Full version
  • Can be enrolled in SA through a VL Programme
  • Volume Licensing
  • (Open, Multi Year Open, Open Subscription,
    Select, Enterprise Agreement, Enterprise
    Subscription Agreement)
  • Can be enrolled in SA through a VL Programme
  • Windows Pro upgrade available (underlying OS need
    not be Windows)
  • Downgrade rights

18
Embedded Products
  • Dedicated computer system for a specific
    application
  • Examples
  • Retail cash registers and scales
  • Banking
  • Measuring devices
  • Gaming machines
  • Information terminals
  • Industrial-Automation
  • Medical technology
  • Mobile (Webpanels)
  • Telecommunications

19
Licensing forMicrosoft Servers
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Different Types of Licence
  • Full Package Product (FPP)
  • Full licence only
  • Can be enrolled in SA through a Volume Licensing
    Agreement
  • Exception Upgrade Small Business Server (SBS)
  • OEM
  • Full Licence only
  • Can be enrolled in SA through a Volume Licensing
    Agreement
  • Volume Licence Agreements
  • Open, Multi Year Open, Open Subscription, Select,
    Enterprise Agreement,
  • Enterprise Subscription Agreement Licence
    Software Assurance Licence Software Assurance
    only on renewal

21
Per Seat Licensing
Example Windows 2000
CALs 11
Server CALs
Windows 2003 Server Server Licence
Windows NT 4.0 Server Server Licence
Client Access Licences (CALs) are always defined
by the Server not the Client
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
Per Seat Number of CALs equal to total number
of devices accessing or utilising the server(s)
22
Servers Licensed per Seat
  • Windows
  • Exchange
  • Systems Management Server
  • SharePoint Portal Server
  • Project Server
  • SQL
  • Small Business Server

Core CAL
Server CALs
23
Per Server Licensing
Only Windows 2000
Server CALs
Windows Server Licence
Windows Server Licence
CALs 12
CALs 6
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
Per Server CALs equal to maximum number of
concurrent devices per server
24
Servers licensed per Server
  • Windows server only

Server CALs
25
Per User CALs
Example Windows 2003
CALs 1
Windows 2003 Server
Server CALs
CALs are always defined by the User not the Client
1
Per User One CAL covers the total number of
devices accessing or utilising the server owned
by one person
26
Selling Windows CALs
  • What is it?
  • Its just a licence not software
  • Which CAL is required?
  • Product and version matching
  • Where can I find CALs?
  • Not included in any operating system
  • Few CALs included in FPP and OEM
  • Also available as part of the Core CAL
  • How many are needed?
  • Required amount depends on how CALs are used

27
Windows Server
28
Terminal Server Licensing
Client licences Windows XP Professional
Server licence Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 External Connector licence
Terminal Server 2003 CAL
Terminal Server 2003 CAL
The Internet
Terminal
Terminal Server 2003 CAL
Terminal Server 2003 CAL
Terminal Server 2003 CAL
Terminal
Terminal Server 2003 CAL
Terminal Server 2003 CAL
29
Terminal Server Licensing
  • For each server running Terminal Services the
  • following licences are required
  • Windows server with Terminal Services enabled
  • Windows CAL
  • Terminal Services CAL
  • Windows operating system licence
  • Desktop application licence

30
External Connector
User CAL
User CAL
User CAL
User CAL
User CAL
External Connector
User CAL
31
Per Processor Licensing
Client licences e.g. Data Analyzer
Server licence SQL
Terminal
2 SQL Processor licences
4 Processors SQL accesses 2
Terminal
32
Multi-Core Processors and Hyperthreading
  • Hyperthreading
  • A single processor acts like multiple processors
  • Only one licence required
  • Multi-Core Processor
  • Multiple processors on a single die
  • Only one licence required

33
Per Processor Licence Availability
  • Microsoft Application Center
  • Microsoft BizTalk Server
  • Microsoft Commerce Server
  • Microsoft Content Management Server
  • Microsoft Host Integration Server
  • Microsoft Internet Security Acceleration Server
  • Microsoft Operations Manager
  • Microsoft SQL Server

34
Exchange Server
35
Exchange CALs
  • Available separately and as part of the Core CAL
  • Per device
  • Secondary use allowed if less than 20 of the
    total connection time
  • No CAL required for anonymous use
  • Includes Outlook Express

36
Project Server
37
Licensing Project
Project Standard
Project Professional
Outlook, IE
Project 2003 CAL
Project 2003 CAL
Project 2003 CAL
Project 2003 Server
38
SQL Server 2000 Editions
  • 1) SQL Server Standard Edition
  • One licence for every instance
  • 2) SQL Server Enterprise Edition
  • Multiple instances allowed
  • Clustering no need for licences for secondary
    server in active/passive setup
  • 3) SQL Server Personal Edition
  • 2 processors
  • Free for licensed SQL Server Clients (i.e. with
    SQL CAL or through Per Processor Licensing)
  • 4) Runtime licences

39
SQL Server 2000 Licensing
  • Server CALs
  • Needed for every client device
  • Exceptions SMS Clients and Microsoft Operations
    Manager (MOM) Clients
  • Per Processor
  • Only solution for Internet usage
  • Easier to manage
  • Often more cost-effective

If Windows Authentication is used, then Windows
CALs or a Windows Connector is also needed
40
Multiplexing is Not Allowed
41
Mobile Information Server 2002
42
Content Management Server
43
SharePoint Portal Server
44
Systems Management Server
45
Microsoft Operations Manager
46
Small Business Server
47
BizTalk Server
48
Commerce Server
49
Host Integration Server
50
Application Centre
51
Internet Security Acceleration Server 2000
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