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comment Install MS Office on Windows Server 2008 - in support of Quickbooks RemoteApp
Just to clarify: The site license worked, and the site license allowed office to install and run on Windows Server. However, Windows Server disables the retail and OEM versions of MS Office after installation on the server. This is how Microsoft forces you to purchase the site license for MS OFfice on Windows Server.
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comment Install MS Office on Windows Server 2008 - in support of Quickbooks RemoteApp
I bought my first site license. Thank you!
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comment Install MS Office on Windows Server 2008 - in support of Quickbooks RemoteApp
We have the CAL licenses for all of the users who currently use Quickbooks in the TS environment. So we just need to obtain the non-retail, non-OEM copy of MS Office. If 10 users already have an MS Office license on the desktop, do they each need a second license for the server?
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comment Install MS Office on Windows Server 2008 - in support of Quickbooks RemoteApp
None of the users will actually be using Excel on the server, but the Quickbooks client may use some of the libraries to create the export file. We don't have a volume license for MS Office, we just buy retail copies on Amazon.
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comment Install MS Office on Windows Server 2008 - in support of Quickbooks RemoteApp
I think there may be some special licensing requirements, mentioned here . I am not too familiar with the world of MS licensing. I'm looking for any info to get pointed in the right direction for a small business to solve this Quickbooks problem.
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accepted Off-site voip phone locking up, and I suspect firewall issues at the remote site
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answered Off-site voip phone locking up, and I suspect firewall issues at the remote site
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asked Install MS Office on Windows Server 2008 - in support of Quickbooks RemoteApp
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answered How to record SIP traffic / calls for future auditing?
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accepted DHCP scope size to number of DHCP hosts ratio
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comment DHCP scope size to number of DHCP hosts ratio
The wireless network is on a different subnet, the question above is for the wired LAN only.
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comment DHCP scope size to number of DHCP hosts ratio
So 65 is smaller than 100 and that's that. I have some education in probability and statistics, so I am used to thinking in terms of scheduling with overlap. But I suppose there will never be overlap on a properly-running DHCP network - one host with the same MAC address will never be allowed to have more than one IP address during the period of the lease. So as long as the number of addresses in the pool exceeds the number of hosts, the number of addresses should be enough. That is what you are saying, right?
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comment DHCP scope size to number of DHCP hosts ratio
@Bryan, currently the scope runs a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, so I believe it is a 10.0.0.0/24. However, 10.0.0.0/8 becomes available by switching the subnet mask. I never said the subnet was a /8, I only said /8 is available.