28. června 2012 1:09
We have 60 users wanting to install some book-keeping applications and use it on Windows 2008 R2 Server. They might also want to use Office in the cloud in future. I have not used Office 360 yet but having run the book-keeping applications smoothly in Windows 2008 R2 Server, I am assuming that we can run any Office product there as well. I would like to know which technology from Microsoft would make the licensing costs cheaper. Virtual OS? Windows 2008 R2? Office 360? RDWeb?
29. června 2012 6:34Moderátor
Thanks for your post.
For a cost effective solution, we need to consider the hardware cost, software license and deployment cost. If you have already deployed the RDP environment on your organization, you can only purchase a terminal services product key to install Office. For more information, please refer to the following article.
How to enable Office Professional Plus 2010 to run on a terminal server
In addition, if you need more clear cost of each plan, I suggest that we contact Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center for detailed information.
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