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You can deploy any component of the Office 2013 suite as Click-to-Run via specifying the Product IDs here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2842297/. Meeting the license requirement is another story. You can still do key-based activation/licensing by specifying AUTOACTIVATE = 0 in the Property element of your XML file. Further configuration.xml ...
This is nothing to do with Azure, this is the limit imposed by Windows Server on remote administration, you can only have 2 administrators connecting to a server to manage it at once. If you need more than two connections then this is no longer remote administration, you are running a remote desktop server and providing applicaitons to users, which means ...
The real answer is: It depends. It depends on wether you install the license on the ESXi server OR if you let it join the vCenter and then try to assign the license. In the first case - as long as the server does not join the vCenter everything is ok - it uses 2 out of 6 CPU licenses. In the second case - you can not assign the license to the ESXi-server: ...
Please call the Microsoft licensing. 1(866) 230-0560 MSDN license are bind too to the physical site where you are inscripted, thus you better have an official answer
The way we handle it is our PowerShell startup scripts use NirSoft ProduKey to pull that information from the system, and upload the data to a file share. We were already using PowerShell startup scripts to manage a lot of our administrative tasks, so it was easy enough to add another step. Whenever I get questioned on licenses, I just grep the uploaded ...
Generic solution: I think the Microsoft-centric solution to this is to license using volume keys, and then simply use your KMS server to report on license activation status. Windows 7 and above-solution If volume licensing is not an option, and all of your clients are Windows 7 or newer, you could just query the SoftwareLicensingProduct WMI class on each ...
using NirSoft ProduKey: ProduKey.exe /remoteall look for other command line options are in readme.txt
We deployed OCS Inventory. Its free, awesome and provides all the info that you'd need. http://www.ocsinventory-ng.org/fr/
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