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    Sorry wrong place to begin with, anyway I am completing Volume Licensing returns for the coming year and wondered what is the difference between Technet Single User and Technet Single Server, I am the only one to use it, but does single server offer any less products, features, amounts of keys, etc... than single user.



    Also, if i buy Technet and Visual Studio 2005 with MSDN on Open License how do I get the subscriptions (i do not want them sent to head office, so is it like a promo code or something)??

    For anyone that has Technet, are the office suites a download, if so which suites and are they VLKs or what?

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    Re: Technet & MSDN

    The only difference in technet subscriptions is that you can host the Technet library on a server for multiple users rather than just for one. It does NOT cover the full version software, that is still single user only

    Not entirely sure what you mean by the second question so will leave that for someone else

    For download is Office 2003 and 2007. Not VLK, they need to be activated, activations used to be limited to 10 activations per key, I assume its still th same

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