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Windows Small Business Server 2003

By jwg1933 ·
It is possible to use the CAL for Windows Server 2003 with Windows Small Business Server 2003?

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by Jellimonsta In reply to Windows Small Business Se ...

Your 2003 CALs allow your users to access any additional servers running Windows Server software in the domain. You do not need to buy additional CALs for file and print services, or to access additional servers running Exchange Server 2003 or SQL Server 2005 Workgroup Edition. However, you will need to purchase Terminal Server CALs if you have a server running Terminal Services in application mode on your network.

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Sorry John...

by Jellimonsta In reply to CALs

I had misread your initial question due to having limited time, and system issues. :)
SBS 2003 does require specific SBS CALs. You may use your SBS CALs to connect to additional standard 2003 servers in the domain, but you cannot connect to SBS 2003 using standard 2003 CALs.
Sorry.

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Because SBS bundles Exchange ...

by Churdoo In reply to Windows Small Business Se ...

and other components otherwise sold and licensed separately, SBS CAL's are completely different (and of course priced differently) than Server 2003 CAL's

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