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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard CAL - 5 device CALs - License
Are you using Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard to power your enterprise or professional project? If so, you need to be sure all devices in your network have access to your server. With this official 5 device-CAL package, you can add up to 5 devices to your project powered by Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Standard. Instantly download this 5-device CAL license package with free installation support from our verified Microsoft Partners here at Trusted Tech Team, you source for Exchange 2010 CALs and more.
Exchange Store and Mailbox Database Functionality:
Deprecated storage groups
Mailbox databases no longer connected to the server object
Improvements in Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) for high availability, performance, and database mobility
Flattened Outlook store schema
Enhanced reporting with public folders
In Exchange 2010, Role Based Access Control (RBAC) replaces the permissions model used in Exchange 2007. Using RBAC, you can define extremely broad or extremely precise permissions models based on the roles of your administrators and users.
Transport and Routing Functionality:
Latency service level agreement (SLA) management
End-to-end message tracking
Transport rules integration with AD RMS
Transport dumpster improvements
Transport database improvements
For more of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010’s features, check out the Microsoft Website. Have any questions about licensing? Contact us at (855) 202-8140 or support@TrustedTechTeam.com.
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