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    What is the base OS licence required to put EES on top of?

    I believe that EES requires a machine to have a pro OEM licence to put EES on top of is this correct?

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    Normal EES requires Pro but educational EES are allowed to use Home versions and upgrade from there. I read it in the Microsoft documentation a few years back but finding it again would take a while.

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    Try this link from Arthur:

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