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Is it possible to use Infopath 2010 forms with Sharepoint Foundation 2010? What licence(s) (if any), would I need to do so?

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Look at SharePoint Forms Designer, it works with SharePoint Foundation as well as SharePoint Server.

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As long as you have infopath client installed in the users pc´s, you dont need an enterprise licensing. Sharepoint foundation will do just fine.

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InfoPath forms requires SharePoint enterprise edition as the form server component is a part of it. With SharePoint foundation or SharePoint standard you can use your lists as forms. If that's not enough, try to use forms solutions above lists. A simple search provided these solutions:

http://www.infowisesolutions.com/bundle.aspx?id=UltimateForms

http://www.bpc-components.com/default.aspx?page=products-and-solutions/bpc-power-forms/en

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Josh, consider buying ad space or contributing other answers that don't necessarily contain your product. –  Kit Menke Oct 13 '11 at 12:09
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You need to have a licensed version of SharePoint Enterprise ,as the form service are part of enterprise. After that, you need to use stsadm command and activate the feature IPFSAdminWeb ,you will be able to see the in central admin -> general app settings. Very important , if you need to use infopath forms , always create the form at the root site , else infopath gives error connecting to site

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InfoPath Forms Services are part of Enterprise edition.

Here you have nice overview

Also take a look at my answer on licensing requirements for InfoPath forms:

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