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A system for tracking consumer access to a subscription service, including (but not limited to) software, hardware and support.

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You cannot change the product key in any supported manner. In general, Microsoft doesn't care what product key is in use as long as you hold a valid license. But if you feel you have to change the k …
answered Feb 5 '13 by Trevor Seward
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Contact Microsoft support via the Office 365 admin center. This is a server-side error and nothing we'll be able to help with.
answered Feb 2 '16 by Trevor Seward
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Generally this is considered multiplexing in an on-premises environment. That said, you need to talk to Microsoft Licensing as none here are qualified to give you a "proper" answer. …
answered Jan 29 '16 by Trevor Seward
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Yes, you must license users for SPO. It is, of course as you've seen, on the 'honor system', but if you're audited you will need to get those SPO licenses.
answered Oct 5 '16 by Trevor Seward
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This is a technical license violation. Yes, SharePoint Online licensing is loosely or outright not enforced, but if Microsoft were to ask or audit you, you would be responsible for acquiring those additional licenses. …
answered Apr 1 '16 by Trevor Seward
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Yes, you need a license for each SharePoint server in a farm. There are licensing options for the Test environments, e.g. MSDN, but the restriction there is only users with MSDN licensing may access …
answered Feb 6 '16 by Trevor Seward
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First get your DeploymentId from the old farm: (Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy | ?{$_.TypeName -eq "App Management Service Application Proxy"}).GetDeploymentId().ToString() Then, on the new farm, se …
answered Feb 22 '16 by Trevor Seward
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Each SharePoint Server must be licensed (with a Standard or Enterprise license). Each user must be licensed with a SharePoint User CAL. For Standard only features, they just need a SharePoint Standa …
answered Aug 12 '16 by Trevor Seward
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As long as the server is running Enterprise, you'll have no 'conflict'. UserLicensingEnabled = false just means that you have not enabled the licensing separation -- in other words, all users must … have a Standard + Enterprise CAL for this particular farm (versus enabling user licensing and assigning them to a Standard-only license). MSDN only has Enterprise, you may be able to find a Standard ISO on the VLK site. …
answered Nov 6 '13 by Trevor Seward
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Yes, you must have some form of licensing to Yammer, either just Yammer or via another packaged license like Office 365 E3. …
answered Jan 29 '18 by Trevor Seward
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Provided a particular subscription level covers the software you require, it makes no difference if you go with that level or above for your needs. If the request is simply "I need a development Share …
answered Oct 30 '18 by Trevor Seward
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Yes, you can use software from MSDN for production purposes given you have the proper licensing for it. This is outlined on the Visual Studio 2015 Licensing Whitepaper. Using Software Sourced …
answered Mar 1 '16 by Trevor Seward
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With SharePoint Online, unfortunately no. Even "service" accounts must have some form of licensing associated with them to access SharePoint. This isn't enforced (except for Project Online sites) but …
answered Mar 15 by Trevor Seward
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is for how many cores are in the physical server (doesn't matter if you assign them all to SQL or not, you must license all of them) or in the VM. As always, talk to Microsoft Licensing or a VAR … . Never take licensing details from The Internet. Especially with SQL Server, you don't want to end up in a multi-thousand dollar unexpected expense because you improperly licensed it. …
answered Jun 16 '14 by Trevor Seward
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All users who access data residing on SharePoint require SharePoint CALs, whether they access that data directly through SharePoint or through a 3rd party application.
answered Nov 8 '16 by Trevor Seward

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