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hoak

1PK DSP OEI 1 CLT DEVICE CAL & 1PK DSP OEI 5 CLT USER CAL

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Has anyone seen license packaging like this and know how to decipher it? It looks like a generic unspecified version of 2008 does this mean I can install any role? Does: "1PK DSP OEI 5 CLT USER CAL" mean something like 1 Server 5 Client Users?

Help appreciated...

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Part of the problem is that newegg is putting the OEM SKU and part number label on it, but not saying for which version of Windows in the description (although they do in the article of sale itself, it's server 2008 standard).

The part number means it's a 1 pack (1 copy/license of Server 2008 standard) with 5 client access licenses (it can be accessed by up to 5 clients before you need to buy more CALs).

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Part of the problem is that newegg is putting the OEM SKU and part number label on it, but not saying for which version of Windows in the description (although they do in the article of sale itself, it's server 2008 standard).

The part number means it's a 1 pack (1 copy/license of Server 2008 standard) with 5 client access licenses (it can be accessed by up to 5 clients before you need to buy more CALs).

Thanks cluberti! I saw "Standard" in the little image, but didn't trust it.

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