CAL stands for Client Access License, which is ..."a license that gives a user the right to access the services of the server." (-Microsoft)

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How to install Sharepoint CALs?

If my company has a SPLA license with access to Sharepoint 2013 media\install key available how do you go about purchasing\installing user CALs? I'm coming from my experience with Terminal Servers \ ...
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SharePoint 2013 Enterprise CALs and Enterprirse Agreement semantics

Backstory: I have a customer that has x number of SharePoint eCALS as part of their EA, and 0 Standard CALs as part of the same EA. The question: Given that eCALs are additive, should their EA ...
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Definitive List Of SharePoint Enterprise Features For Licensing Purposes

Is there a definitive list of SharePoint 2010 Features that cause liability for Enterprise CAL's? (i.e. I want to know all the Enterprise feature names and all the standard feature names so that I ...
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When will SharePoint 2013 will officially be available for Organizations to roll-out as Intranet and Public facing?

We all know SharePoint 2013 is now RTM. Do we know if Volume Licensing customers with Software Assurance (SA) will be able to download SharePoint 2013 on-premise through the Volume Licensing ...
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Number of SharePoint CAL for API use

We are going to purchase a third party-server software (with a web front end) that is going to connect to SharePoint using its public API and I was wondering how many additional SharePoint device CAL ...
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Is there a licence issue using the “All authorised users” type of permission group?

Is there a licence issue using the "All authorised users" type of permission group? Does it require extra CALs or is it just a synonym that doesn't matter?