An organisation can request a maximum of 50 licenses per title group within a two-year period for applications that run on an individual computer (for example a desktop or laptop PC) and for client access licenses (CALs), management licenses, and other licenses that provide for connection to or management of a server application. An organisation can request a maximum of five server products altogether within a two-year period. The server products can be in a single title group, or they can be in up to 5 title groups, as long as the overall maximum of 10 title groups is not exceeded in the two-year period. To view the products in each Title Group, select the Title Group from the list below.
|Product||Product Code||Admin Fee (£ excluding VAT)|
|Windows Server 2012 Standard Edition (Includes Software Assurance)||LVS-47872||35.00|
|Windows Server 2012 Datacenter Edition (Includes Software Assurance)||LVS-47837||192.00|
|Windows Server 2012 Essentials (Includes Software Assurance)||LVS-48288||19.00|
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