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CAL per un SBS2003 RRS feed

  • Domanda

  • Devo aggiungere 5 CAL ad un server SBS 2003 ma tali pacchetti non sono più in vendita. Esistono solo i pacchetti per SBS 2008.
    Tra le FAQ del sito Microsoft ho trovato una specie di Product key che dovrebbe permettermi il downgrade ma non mi è chiaro come funziona la cosa.
    Grazie

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    Skywalker Senior

    martedì 14 dicembre 2010 09:00

Risposte

  • http://www.microsoft.com/sbs/en/us/faq.aspx#downgrade

    Per il resto, senti direttamente il servizio Microsoft.

    Q.  What are downgrade rights? How do I exercise them?

    A.  

    Downgrade rights, in general, mean that you can use an earlier version of the software acquired. For Small Business Server, this means you are allowed to install and use SBS 2003 R2 Premium Edition instead of SBS 2008 Premium Edition which is what you purchased; you can also install and use SBS 2003 R2 Standard Edition instead of SBS 2008 Standard Edition. At any time, you can install the software you purchased and cease to use the earlier version. 

    If you obtained your server with Small Business Server preinstalled from a partner or OEM, in order to exercise your downgrade rights you must already have the earlier versions of Small Business Server media available. If you purchased Open Licensing, Volume Licensing, Software Assurance, or purchased the full retail product of SBS 2008, contact Microsoft fulfillment services in your region.

    Microsoft grants the rights to use any prior version of SBS 2008., regardless of which channel was used to acquire the license. SBS 2008 licenses can be downgraded to use or access older versions of the corresponding licenses as outlined below. 
    Use the chart below to view available downgrade options.  Locate the SBS 2008 product in the left column, and then read horizontally for available downgrade options for that product:

    SBS 2008 CAL Suite

    SBS 2003 CAL

    SBS 2003 CAL

    SBS 2000 CAL

    SBS 2008 CAL Suite for Premium Users or Devices

    SBS 2003 CAL

    SBS 2003 CAL

    SBS 2000 CAL


    Fabrizio Volpe
    MCSE (NT4)(2000)(2003) - MCSA (2003)
    MCTS (SQL 2005)(Exchange 2007)(Windows 2008)
    Fortinet Certified Network Security Professional (FCNSP)
    Fabrizio[_dot_]Volpe[_at_]GMX[_dot_]com
    martedì 14 dicembre 2010 09:36

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  • http://www.microsoft.com/sbs/en/us/faq.aspx#downgrade

    Per il resto, senti direttamente il servizio Microsoft.

    Q.  What are downgrade rights? How do I exercise them?

    A.  

    Downgrade rights, in general, mean that you can use an earlier version of the software acquired. For Small Business Server, this means you are allowed to install and use SBS 2003 R2 Premium Edition instead of SBS 2008 Premium Edition which is what you purchased; you can also install and use SBS 2003 R2 Standard Edition instead of SBS 2008 Standard Edition. At any time, you can install the software you purchased and cease to use the earlier version. 

    If you obtained your server with Small Business Server preinstalled from a partner or OEM, in order to exercise your downgrade rights you must already have the earlier versions of Small Business Server media available. If you purchased Open Licensing, Volume Licensing, Software Assurance, or purchased the full retail product of SBS 2008, contact Microsoft fulfillment services in your region.

    Microsoft grants the rights to use any prior version of SBS 2008., regardless of which channel was used to acquire the license. SBS 2008 licenses can be downgraded to use or access older versions of the corresponding licenses as outlined below. 
    Use the chart below to view available downgrade options.  Locate the SBS 2008 product in the left column, and then read horizontally for available downgrade options for that product:

    SBS 2008 CAL Suite

    SBS 2003 CAL

    SBS 2003 CAL

    SBS 2000 CAL

    SBS 2008 CAL Suite for Premium Users or Devices

    SBS 2003 CAL

    SBS 2003 CAL

    SBS 2000 CAL


    Fabrizio Volpe
    MCSE (NT4)(2000)(2003) - MCSA (2003)
    MCTS (SQL 2005)(Exchange 2007)(Windows 2008)
    Fortinet Certified Network Security Professional (FCNSP)
    Fabrizio[_dot_]Volpe[_at_]GMX[_dot_]com
    martedì 14 dicembre 2010 09:36

  • <Fabrizio Volpe> ha scritto nel messaggio news:518c2293-9a69-44f9-8d4c-fa3048bcbcae@communitybridge.codeplex.com...



    http://www.microsoft.com/sbs/en/us/faq.aspx#downgrade

    Per il resto, senti direttamente il servizio Microsoft.

    Q. What are downgrade rights? How do I exercise them? <http://www.microsoft.com/sbs/en/us/faq.aspx#>

    Proprio a quest'ultimo indirizzo ho trovato il Product-Key a cui mi riferivo. Io volevo, più che altro, sapere come si differenzia la procedura tra 2003 e 2008, visto che di quest'ultimo non ho ancora avuto modo di dover aggiungere delle CAL.

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    Skywalker Senior

    martedì 14 dicembre 2010 14:48
  • Semplicemente perchè Windows 2008 non prevede l'inserimento delle CAL.

    Devi solo mantenere il cartaceo o la prova di acquisto in caso di controlli.

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/winservergen/thread/7e5e4c6c-acce-4f07-9eaf-b9b643672ba7


    Fabrizio Volpe
    MCSE (NT4)(2000)(2003) - MCSA (2003)
    MCTS (SQL 2005)(Exchange 2007)(Windows 2008)
    Fortinet Certified Network Security Professional (FCNSP)
    Fabrizio[_dot_]Volpe[_at_]GMX[_dot_]com
    martedì 14 dicembre 2010 15:07

  • <Fabrizio Volpe> ha scritto nel messaggio news:3fb5f800-c53c-410b-a81c-6f382aab7cdc@communitybridge.codeplex.com...

    Semplicemente perchè Windows 2008 non prevede l'inserimento delle CAL.

    Devi solo mantenere il cartaceo o la prova di acquisto in caso di controlli.

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/winservergen/thread/7e5e4c6c-acce-4f07-9eaf-b9b643672ba7

    Ok, grazie per il chiarimento

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    Skywalker Senior

    martedì 14 dicembre 2010 16:01