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Microsoft Licenses 101

Microsoft offer companies of all sizes a great way to buy and manage multiple software licenses. To find out what software licensing can do for your organization, click here.

What is Open License

Compare Open License with other Microsoft Volume Licensing programs to find the one that's right for your organization

Microsoft Open License Program Guide

What is Volume License

How Volume Licensing Works

Frequently Asked Questions About Volume License Keys

Download the Microsoft Volume Licensing Reference Guide

Microsoft Volume Licensing Activation Centers Worldwide Telephone Numbers

Microsoft Software Assurance

Frequently asked questions

Software Assurance Interactive Benefit Chart

Software Assurance at a glance

Learn more about Software Assurance benefits and how each can contribute to your business needs.

Software Assurance program guide

Downgrade rights for Microsoft Volume Licensing, OEM, and full-package product licenses

Product List for Volume Licensing

Software Assurance for Volume Licensing

Software Assurance benefits chart

VLSC Software Assurance Guide

Microsoft Volume Licensing - Rental Rights

Microsoft Volume Licensing - Rental Rights

Rental Rights FAQ

What is Academic Select License

Microsoft Academic Select License

Microsoft Office Editions

Traditional editions
As with previous versions, Office 2019 is made available in several distinct editions aimed towards different markets. All traditional editions of Microsoft Office 2019 contain Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote and are licensed for use on one computer. Five traditional editions of Office 2019 were released for Windows:
• Home & Student: This retail suite includes the core applications only.
• Home & Business: This retail suite includes the core applications and Outlook.
• Standard: This suite, only available through volume licensing channels, includes the core applications, as well as, Outlook and Publisher.
• Professional: This retail suite includes the core applications, as well as Outlook, Publisher and Access.
• Professional Plus: This suite, only available through volume licensing channels, includes the core applications, as well as Outlook, Publisher, Access and Skype for Business.
Three traditional editions of Office 2019 were released for Mac:
• Home & Student: This retail suite includes the core applications only.
• Home & Business: This retail suite includes the core applications and Outlook.
• Standard: This suite, only available through volume licensing channels, includes the core applications and Outlook.

Office 365
The Office 365 subscription services, which were previously aimed towards business and enterprise users, were expanded for Office 2019 to include new plans aimed at home use. The subscriptions allow use of the Office 2019 applications by multiple users using a software as a service model. Different plans are available for Office 365, some of which also include value-added services, such as 1 TB of OneDrive storage and 60 Skype minutes per month on the Home Premium plan.

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Microsoft Office Online Home Page

Office 2019 perpetual volume license products available as Click-to-Run

Compare suites available through volume licensing

Volume Licensing reference guide for Microsoft Office

Learn more about Office license transferability.

What is SharePoint?

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Microsoft Project Standard vs. Microsoft Project Professional

Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Windows Family Home Page

Compare Microsoft Windows 10 editions

Windows 10 system requirements

Validate your Windows's license with Microsoft HowToTell

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Microsoft Windows Server 2019

Windows Server licensing model

The Windows Server licensing model includes both Cores + Client Access Licenses (CALs). Each user and/or device accessing a licensed Windows Server Standard, Datacenter or Multipoint edition requires a Windows Server CAL or a Windows Server and a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) CAL. A Windows Server CAL gives a user or device the right to access any edition of Windows Server of the same or earlier version. Each Window Server CAL allows access to multiple licenses of Windows Server.

After the General Availability of Windows Server, the business model for Standard and Datacenter editions will transition from processor-based to corebased licensing. Core-based licensing provides a more consistent licensing metric across multi-cloud environments, improves workload portability for Windows Server through benefits like Azure Hybrid Use Benefit, and helps remove friction across different licensing models.

Core based licensing: Windows Server 2019 Standard and Datacenter
  • All physical cores in the server must be licensed. Servers are licensed based on the number of processor cores in the physical server.
  • A minimum of 16 core licenses is required for each server.
  • A minimum of 8 core licenses is required for each physical processor.
  • Core licenses will be sold in packs of two.
  • Eight 2-core packs will be the minimum required to license each physical server. The 2-core pack for each edition is one-eighth the price of a 2-processor license for corresponding Windows Server 2012 R2 editions.
  • Standard Edition provides rights for up to two OSEs or Hyper-V containers when all physical cores in the server are licensed. For every two additional VMs, all the cores in the server have to be licensed again.

  • Download the Windows Server 2016 Datasheet

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    Download a Windows Server feature comparison summary

    Download the complete feature comparison guide

    Download the Windows Server 2016 licensing datasheet

    Pricing and Licensing FAQs

    Windows Server Installation and Upgrade

    Comparison of Standard and Datacenter editions of Windows Server 2016

    Learn more about Windows Server

    Windows Insider Program

    Windows Admin Center

    Windows Server guide

    Windows Server on Azure guide

    Microsoft SQL Server 2017

    SQL Server 2017 Licensing Models

    With SQL Server, Microsoft offers a variety of licensing options aligned with how customers typically purchase specific workloads. The Server+CAL licensing model provides the option to license users and/or devices and then have low-cost access to incremental SQL Server deployments. For customers who cannot count users or require premium database capabilities, Microsoft licenses SQL Server in a core-based licensing model. Core-based licensing gives customers a more precise measure of computing power and a more consistent licensing metric, regardless of whether solutions are deployed on physical on-premises servers, or in virtual or cloud environments.

    Core-Based Licensing

    Under the Per Core licensing model, each server running SQL Server software or any of its components (such as Reporting Services or Integration Services) must be assigned an appropriate number of SQL Server 2016 core licenses. The number of core licenses needed depends on whether customers are licensing the physical server or individual virtual operating system environments (OSEs).

    Unlike the Server+CAL licensing model, the Per Core model allows access for an unlimited number of users or devices to connect from either inside or outside an organization’s firewall. With the Per Core model, customers do not need to purchase additional client access licenses (CALs) to access the SQL Server software.

    How to License SQL Server Using the Per Core Licensing Model

    When running SQL Server in a physical OSE, all physical cores on the server must be licensed. Software partitioning does not reduce the number of core licenses required, except when licensing individual virtual machines (VMs). A minimum of four core licenses are required for each physical processor on the server.

    Compare technical details of SQL Server editions

    Read the SQL Server 2017 Datasheet

    Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Datasheet

    Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Licensing Datasheet

    SQL Server licensing

    Introduction to Per Core Licensing and Basic Definitions

    Features Supported by the Editions of SQL Server 2016

    SQL Server Business Intelligence

    SQL Server Backward Compatibility

    SQL Server Management Tools Backward Compatibility

    Available SQL Server 2017 editions


    Access mission-critical capabilities to achieve unparalleled scale, security, high availability, and leading performance for your Tier 1 database, business intelligence, and advanced analytics workloads.


    Find rich programming capabilities, security innovations, and fast performance for mid-tier applications and data marts. Easily upgrade to the Enterprise edition without having to change any code.


    Build small, data-driven web and mobile applications up to 10 GB in size with this entry-level database. Available for free.


    Build, test, and demonstrate applications in a non-production environment with this full-featured edition of SQL Server 2017.

    Microsoft Visual Studio

    Microsoft Visual Studio Licensing

    Compare Visual Studio

    Difference between Visual Studio 2017 Community, Professional and Enterprise

    Visual Studio 2017 Release Notes

    What is OLP NL in server licenses?

    OLP = Open License Program

    Microsoft Open License is a Volume Licensing program for small to midsize organizations that have fewer than 250 desktop PCs. The program provides a simple, flexible, and cost-effective way to buy the latest Microsoft technology to meet your organization's needs and procurement procedures.

    Software licensing is delivered thru e-mail. It is a simple and cost effective way to acquire the latest Microsoft technology within 24-48 business hours. After receiving your license, you can login to Volume Licensing Services Centre (VLSC) to activate the license(s), obtain license key(s), and download the software program(s).

    For Microsoft's Open License Program, a minimum initial quantity purchase of five or a valid Microsoft authorization number are required for purchase.

    Microsoft OLP Home Page
    NL = No Level
    Some Microsoft Volume License programs have "Levels", which are basically bulk discounts. Some other companies call these "price bands". Depending on the number of licenses purchased at once, discounts get applied. If you don't purchase enough for a discount, this is called No Level or NL.
    For example:
    Microsoft Standard CAL has two discount Levels:
    No Level - for 1 to 49 users
    Level C - for 50+ users

    About Licensing

    Microsoft Volume Licensing Reference Guide

    Client Access Licensing

    Client Access Licenses and Management Licenses
    Client Access Licenses and Management Licenses - User CAL or Device CAL?
    Client Access Licenses 101
    Microsoft Server Client Access License
    Licensing How To: When do I need a Client Access License (CAL)?
    Client Access Licenses and Management Licenses

    Understanding downgrade rights

    Licensing brief: Downgrade rights - Applies to all Volume Licensing programs Understanding downgrade rights Downgrade rights for Microsoft Volume Licensing, OEM, and full-package product licenses

    Compare suites available through Volume Licensing

    See what suite is right for you

    Microsoft Exchange Server

    Exchange Server for IT pros

    Exchange Server 2016 licensing

    Microsoft Office 2013 and 2016

    Office installed using Click-to-Run and Window Installer on same computer isn't supported

    Use the Office Deployment Tool to install volume licensed editions of Visio 2016 and Project 2016

    Contact Microsoft

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    Installation Guides

    Microsoft Windows Server

    Windows Server 2016 - Get started

    Install Server Core

    Install Windows Server 2016 Step by Step

    Step-By-Step: Setting up Active Directory in Windows Server 2016

    Configuring Remote Desktop Licensing

    Install Remote Desktop Services Client Access Licenses

    Install RDS client access licenses on the Remote Desktop license server

    Microsoft SQL Server

    Installation for SQL Server 2017

    Install SQL Server

    Install SQL Server from the Installation Wizard (Setup)

    .NET Framework

    Download .NET Framework

    Looking for more support and information?

    Microsoft Hotline : 1-800-88-6295
    Microsoft Activation : 1-800-80-1432
    VLSC Hotline : 1-800-80-7456

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