Security level of a “paper-based” licenses

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If CAL's are "paper-based" licenses, how can a network administrator control or monitor the use of permission to identify in the license that follow the agreement and to control what computers domain user account to access?

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Security level of a “paper-based” licenses

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Hi Megan,

Client Access Monitoring or CALs for windows is performed by licensing Service that are running on the Management Server. Please refer that to http://search.microsoft.com/en-US/search.aspx

Monitoring data for CALs appear on License Management on the license tab. To view user information click the user Licenses on the License tab and to view the assignment regarding device, click on Device License on the License tab.

CALs is paper-based license, and it does not need any installation on the server, unless they are TS cal, or Terminal Server. It just a proof that you have X number of clients, for license verification or what you need is just a EULA (End user license agreement).

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