Microsoft Windows Server 2012 is high-performing server operating system that features a number of tools and innovations spanning all areas of software performance, from virtualization and automation to storage and cloud computing. Most notable is the Hyper-V Replica feature, which allows users to replicate a virtual machine from one location to another with Hyper-V and a network connection, no shared storage required. Add one device to your Windows Server 2012-driven network with this 1 Device CAL for Windows Server 2012, now at Trusted Tech Team. Get the best client access license pricing backed by free installation support from our Microsoft Silver partners — order today!
MICROSOFT OPEN LICENSE BUSINESS Microsoft Open License is a software volume licensing program designed for corporate, government, charity, and academic customers who order as few as five licenses. After the initial order, customers can benefit from volume pricing for all licenses for the remainder of the term of their Open License authorization number. Open License Business offers savings on estimated retail prices by placing an initial order for five or more licenses or one server processor license. With Open License Business, customers can combine any set of Microsoft products to qualify for the five-license minimum.
|Manufacturer Part Number||R18-04281|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.microsoft.com|
|Product Name||Windows 2012 Server|
|Product Type||Software Licensing|
|Language Supported||Single Language|
|License Quantity||1 Device CAL|
|Licensing Program||MOLP: Open Business|
License type : 1 Device Client Access License.
Valid for Server 2012 R2 and all previous versions.
Licenses are emailed direct from microsoft.
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