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    The Product Glenda is talking about is the Desktop package which costs ~ £27
    nope its not - its something like the core cal's package or similar - we purchased the os's as it was cheaper in the long run - we guestemated 7/8 years at windows 7 which makes us saving money after 3 1/2 years


    but i was looking at a different site to the one you have shown below so blame google!

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    how much is the core cals per seat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxide54 View Post
    how much is the core cals per seat?
    we have purchased windows outright - so have windows 7 licenses (around 30 quid each i think with downgrade licenses about 25k for me (800 odd copies) and we got office 2010 for about the same) then we pay on the schools agreement something like £5/6 per machine per year for the cals - this is to keep server licenses on schools ageement as its cheaper then buying outright - if you email/ring me oxide54 i'll sort out sending over a copy of the quotes with all the details on

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    Hmm, looks like you can use external connectors for students after all! :

    Windows Server 2008 R2: Frequently Asked Questions about Licensing


    Q. If a student accesses a school's network, is the student considered an External User?

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    Yes, and thus the student can be covered under an External Connector license.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveJ View Post
    Hmm, looks like you can use external connectors for students after all! :

    Windows Server 2008 R2: Frequently Asked Questions about Licensing


    Q. If a student accesses a school's network, is the student considered an External User?

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    Yes, and thus the student can be covered under an External Connector license.
    I thought as much, it would seem logical.

    so all we need is a server license and an external connector.

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    Kind of...

    As your staff are covered by WAH, I'd say to buy student CALs + Server rather than the internet sites license. As there's no external connector for Sharepoint, is it a Windows server external connector you've been quoted?

    (As Localzuk said, If it's sharepoint foundation you need you can buy the Windows server External connector to cover it as you only need Windows Server licenses for it)

    You'd be looking at about £600 for Sharepoint Internet under schools agreement, £1,500 as an outright purchase.
    Last edited by SteveJ; 6th December 2010 at 02:32 PM.

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