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Enterprise Software Thread, ForeFront TMG in Technical; Does anybody know the licensing for this? is it included in Select Agreements like ISA was? Don't want the filtering ...
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    ForeFront TMG

    Does anybody know the licensing for this? is it included in Select Agreements like ISA was?

    Don't want the filtering parts just the firewall and NAT abilities

    Toby

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    I purchased Forefront TMG on our select agreement about two weeks ago, without any problem.

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    so its an extra like Exchange/Sql not one of the freebies bundled in?

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    It's a seperate licence and is licenceed per processor. If you want the web protection part of it, that's licenced per user.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teejay View Post
    It's a seperate licence and is licenceed per processor. If you want the web protection part of it, that's licenced per user.
    That means i won't be using that!!

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    Depends on your agreement but in general it is not a bundled product in Select, you have to add it and it is liscenced per CPU. On the plus side it is cheap enough we pick it up for about $200 a year which would probably buy three cups of coffee and a sausage roll in UK currency.

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    Yes, I think I paid about £170 for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Depends on your agreement but in general it is not a bundled product in Select, you have to add it and it is liscenced per CPU. On the plus side it is cheap enough we pick it up for about $200 a year which would probably buy three cups of coffee and a sausage roll in UK currency.
    Thats like 130 quid! not for me then.

    I'll go hunting for some open source software! which does what i need!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    Thats like 130 quid! not for me then.

    I'll go hunting for some open source software! which does what i need!
    More like 80GBP and thats under our agreement, yours may differ. It is worth checking to see if only to make a fair comparision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    More like 80GBP and thats under our agreement, yours may differ. It is worth checking to see if only to make a fair comparision.
    Aussie Dollar? according to XE.com its 130GBP

    I'll enquire but i would really only use it if it was free!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    Aussie Dollar? according to XE.com its 130GBP

    I'll enquire but i would really only use it if it was free!
    New Zealand dollar , its not like I put New Zealand in my location or anything

    99 GBP : XE: (NZD/GBP) New Zealand Dollar to British Pound Rate

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    New Zealand dollar , its not like I put New Zealand in my location or anything

    99 GBP : XE: (NZD/GBP) New Zealand Dollar to British Pound Rate

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    I just got the notification of you posting the reply twice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    I just got the notification of you posting the reply twice?
    Yeap, dupe, my 'quality' New Zealand 'broadband' was having one of its little fits again and it must have posted from advanced mode without redirecting back to the thread. The second try did redirect it properly but that of course posted it a second time because the first one had actually snuck through the great pacific extention lead and landed upon your shores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Yeap, dupe, my 'quality' New Zealand 'broadband' was having one of its little fits again and it must have posted from advanced mode without redirecting back to the thread. The second try did redirect it properly but that of course posted it a second time because the first one had actually snuck through the great pacific extention lead and landed upon your shores.
    Ah right! wasn't sure if it was a vbulletin gremlin!

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