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Per Device or Per User licensing requires one CAL for each device. However, the License Logging service assigns and tracks licenses by user name. When multiple users share one or more devices, you must create license groups, or licenses will be consumed too rapidly.
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A license group is a collection of users who collectively share one or more CALs. When a user connects to the server product, the License Logging service tracks the user by name but assigns a CAL from the allocation assigned to the license group. The concept is easiest to understand with examples:
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10 users share a single handheld device for taking inventory A license group is created with the 10 users as members. The license group is assigned one CAL, representing the single device they share. 100 students occasionally use a computer lab with 10 computers A license group is created with the 100 students as members, and is allocated 10 CALs.
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To create a license group, click the Options menu and, from the Advanced menu, choose New License Group. Enter the group name and allocate one license for each client device used to access the server. The number of licenses allocated to a group should correspond to the number of devices used by members of the group.
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The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. What are the valid licensing modes in Windows Server 2003 Select all that apply. a. Per User b. Per Server c. Per Seat d. Per Device or Per User 2. You are hiring a team to tackle a software development project. There will be three shifts of programmers, and each shift will include six programmers. Each programmer uses four devices to develop and test the software, which authenticates against a computer running Windows Server 2003. What is the minimum number of CALs required if the servers involved are in Per Device or Per User licensing mode a. 6 b. 4 c. 18 d. 24
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3. What tool will allow you to identify the site license server for your site a. Active Directory Domains And Trusts b. The Licensing tool in Control Panel c. Active Directory Sites And Services d. DNS 4. You manage the network for a team of 500 telephone sales representatives. You have 550 licenses configured in Per Device or Per User licensing mode. A new campaign is launched, and you will hire another shift of 500 reps. What do you need to do to most effectively manage license tracking and compliance a. Revoke the licenses from the existing clients b. Delete the existing licenses, and then add 500 licenses c. Create license groups d. Convert to Per Server licenses
Lesson Summary
Windows Server 2003 provides a new mode of licensing whereby a user can access a server product from multiple devices using one license, or a group of users can access a server product from a single device. This is called Per Device or Per User licensing. When more than one user accesses a server product from shared devices, add those users as a license group, and allocate licenses to that group equivalent to the number of devices. License information is replicated, by default every 24 hours, to the site license server. Licensing can be managed using the Licensing tool in Control Panel or, more centrally, using the Licensing administrative tool from the Administrative Tools program group.
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