I have been fielding a lot of discussions on Microsoft virtualization licensing lately. Microsoft licensing has always been difficult to understand. Adding virtualization licensing that is different from standard licensing makes it even more confusing.

To help you better understand virtualization licensing, I’m including a link to one of my previous posts so you can learn how to help sort through some of the chaos of licensing for Microsoft server products in a virtual environment. I’m also including a poll to see how well TechRepublic members understand Microsoft virtualization licensing.