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    Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    Our's is up for renewal and just wondering which resellers you guys use? We have been using TME for the past couple of years but would like to know who else peeps use just to compare.

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    We have used Pugh but get a comparision quote from Ramsys....

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    We have used Pugh Computers for the last three years. They have been competitive for us on price and are very helpful with explaining some of the intricacies of the licensing, sending out media sets etc. Having said that we will probably opt into our local CLC's licensing scheme at the next renewal as they get better value with the larger volumes. (Several secondary schools in the scheme).

    Might be worth checking if your LA has a VL scheme you could join in with -ours had one for years that would have saved us loads, they just never bothered telling us about it !

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    I took the decision to go with Probrand/IT Index due to price.

    Good points

    I saved a few hundred quid.

    Bad points

    They don't seem to know much about the licensing when I ask questions or they take days to answer. Not too bothered at present as I can't see us getting anything else at present but they did mess up a M$ quote a while back which cost me lots of man hours.

    Pugh was more expensive and Ramesys didn't answer my emails or phone me back when I asked them to so they lost out.

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    Ramesys beat our LA on price. Pugh have been great in the past but are dearer than our LA.

    ProBrand wanted us to jump through hoops plus didn't seem to know what they were on about, plus they were dearer than our LA.

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    I went to Insight. Ive got a license guy's number if anyone wants it. He gave us a new way of doing the licenses and made everything a hell of a lot cheaper. By about £2000.

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    I did quite a bit of hoop jumping to get it sorted, I will be changing as soon as I can as I've had enough of Probrand.

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    We stuck with TME ourselves for licensing, found their prices cheaper than anyone else we spoke to.

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    We bought Windows Server CALs at £1.06 each; Exchange CALs at £1.10 each; Office enterprise at £12.23 each, Server OS at £19.10 each; Exchange server at £26.32 each, SQL Server at £216.08 each; ISA at £48.85 each.

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    What numbers of each?

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk
    We stuck with TME ourselves for licensing, found their prices cheaper than anyone else we spoke to.
    For a split second I thought you said TIME 8O

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    Quote Originally Posted by timbo343
    We bought Windows Server CALs at £1.06 each; Exchange CALs at £1.10 each; Office enterprise at £12.23 each, Server OS at £19.10 each; Exchange server at £26.32 each, SQL Server at £216.08 each; ISA at £48.85 each.
    Wow those are nice prices Tim, very nice prices!

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    Quote Originally Posted by timbo343
    We bought Windows Server CALs at £1.06 each; Exchange CALs at £1.10 each; Office enterprise at £12.23 each, Server OS at £19.10 each; Exchange server at £26.32 each, SQL Server at £216.08 each; ISA at £48.85 each.
    Yes they are nice prices, where did you get them from?
    Last time I saw prices like that, the lorry had just turned the corner. lol

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    Quote Originally Posted by kestrel1
    Quote Originally Posted by timbo343
    We bought Windows Server CALs at £1.06 each; Exchange CALs at £1.10 each; Office enterprise at £12.23 each, Server OS at £19.10 each; Exchange server at £26.32 each, SQL Server at £216.08 each; ISA at £48.85 each.
    Yes they are nice prices, where did you get them from?
    Last time I saw prices like that, the lorry had just turned the corner. lol
    He got them from Insight (his post further up the thread)

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    Re: Microsoft Volume Licensing - who?

    Is that volume licensing or buying the licenses outright?

    We buy our schools agreement and pay

    MS desktop licenses for £25.30ea
    MS Server license for £19.30
    Encarta £2.29ea
    MS SQL £218.26
    MS Exchange £27.56

    No Cals needed.



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