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Lesson 3
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Administering Software Licenses
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1. What command should you use to unpack the single file download of a service pack a. Setup.exe -u b. Update.exe -x c. Update.msi d. <Servicepackname>.exe -x 2. What type of Group Policy software deployment should be used to distribute a service pack a. Published in the Computer Configuration Software Settings b. Assigned in the Computer Configuration Software Settings c. Published in the User Configuration Software Settings d. Assigned in the User Configuration Software Settings
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Service packs can be extracted using the -x switch. Group Policy can deploy service packs by assigning Update.msi through the computer configuration s software settings policy.
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Lesson 3: Administering Software Licenses
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The End User License Agreement (EULA) is more than just a nuisance that you must click through to begin installing a new operating system, update, or application. The EULA is a binding contract that gives you the legal right to use a piece of software. In an enterprise environment, managing software licenses is critically important. In this lesson, you will learn to use the licensing tools provided by Windows Server 2003 to register and monitor licenses and compliance.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Understand Per Server and Per Device or Per User licensing modes Configure licenses using the Licensing properties in Control Panel and the Licensing
administrative tool
Create license groups
Estimated lesson time: 20 minutes
Note
The Evaluation Edition of Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, included on the companion CD-ROM with this book, does not support licensing. You will not be able to follow along with the examples in this lesson without purchasing the full retail version of the product.
Obtaining a Client Access License
The server license for Windows Server 2003 enables you to install the operating system on a computer, but you need a Client Access License (CAL) before a user or device is legally authorized to connect to the server. CALs are obtained in bundles, and are often but not always included in the purchase of the operating system. Keep copies of the CAL certificates and your EULAs on file in the event that your organization is audited for licensing compliance.
Tip Remember that when upgrading a server from Microsoft Windows NT 4 or Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2003, you must purchase CAL upgrades as well.
You must have a CAL for any connection to a computer running Windows Server 2003 that uses server components, which include file and print services or authentication. Very few server applications run so independently that the client/server connection does not require a CAL. The most significant exception to the CAL requirement is unauthenticated access conducted through the Internet. Where there is no exchange of credentials during
Lesson 3
Administering Software Licenses
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Internet access, such as users browsing your public Web site, no CAL is required. CALs are therefore not required for Windows Server 2003 Web Edition. There are two types of CALs: Windows Device CALs, which allow a device to connect to a server regardless of the number of users who might use that device; and Windows User CALs, which allow a user to connect to a server from a number of devices. Windows Device CALs are advantageous for an organization with multiple users per device, such as shift workers. Windows User CALs make most sense for an organization with employees that access the network from multiple or unknown devices.
Note The licensing tools and the user interface do not yet distinguish between Windows User or Windows Device CALs. A device CAL is registered indirectly, using license groups.
The number of CALs you require, and how you track those licenses, depends on which client access licensing mode you pursue.
Per-Server Licensing
Per-server licensing requires a User or Device CAL for each concurrent connection. If a server is configured with 1,000 CALs, the 1,001st concurrent connection is denied access. CALs are designated for use on a particular server, so if the same 1,000 users require concurrent connections to a second server, you must purchase another 1,000 CALs. Per-server licensing is advantageous only in limited access scenarios such as when a subset of your user population accesses a server product on very few servers. Perserver licensing is less cost-effective in a situation in which multiple users access multiple resources on multiple servers. If you are unsure which licensing mode is appropriate, select Per Server. The license agreement allows a no-cost, one-time, one-way conversion from Per Server to Per Device or Per User licensing when it becomes appropriate to do so.
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