Windows Server 2008 R2
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 is suited for company use and provides a great base for everything server related. It’s easily manageable, will save you plenty of time and expenses and keep your data safe at all times.
- Volume electronic license
- 1 license for 1 device only
- Licensing: Server without CAL
- Installation from downloaded setup file
- License with no expiration date
What you get
- License certificate:
- by e-mail
What are the differences between Windows Server 2008 Standard and Windows Server 2008 Standard R2?
Windows Server 2008 R2 is a second release of Windows Server 2008 Standard. The Standard version was built from the same code as Windows Vista, so it shares a very similar functionality and architecture. The R2 release has the same code base as Windows 7 and the support of 32-bit-only processors has been removed. The second release includes new virtualization features, new Active Directory features, IIS 7.5, and support for 256 logical processors.
How does CAL work?
Play the video below and find out everything about the Client Access Licenses for Windows Server.
What is the difference between a user and a device CAL?
You can choose which type of CAL you want to have. See the differences between the two options below.
Single user with unlimited number of devices.
Ideal for companies with employees who need to have roaming access to corporate network using multiple devices, as well as from unknown devices.
You can buy user CALS in our e-shop.
Single device with unlimited users.
Ideal for companies with multiple users for one device, such as shift workers.
We offer device CALs on request only. Please contact our customer support if you’d like to order them.