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Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Single Device CAL Open License

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Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Single Device CAL Open License

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Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Single Device CAL Open License

Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Single Device CAL Open License

Brand: Microsoft

Works On:

* The installation requires a minimum installation configuration. See System Requirements Icons

$ 49 .99
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Details

MPN: R18-05767

Lifetime
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Digital download, no hard copy will be shipped.

Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Single Device CAL Open License

USD$49.99
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  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Single Device CAL Open License

    Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Single Device CAL Open License

    • CAL for a single user

    • Open License licensing

    • Easy to use and install

    • Fast delivery on your order

    • Latest release Microsoft software

    Description

    At its core, Windows Server 2019 is a server operating system which is part of Microsoft's Windows NT family and is based on the NT architecture as well. Unlike any other release in the past, Windows Server 2019 was the first to skip the RTM (Release To Manufacturing) milestone and was instead directly released for GA (General Availability). According to Microsoft, this decision was made due to the increasing utilisation of virtual machines, usage of the cloud when deploying and containers.

    As the latest, most powerful release amongst all Windows Server applications, Windows Server 2019 features are high demand and allow you to take advantage of the latest technologies. The operating system was designed with physical or minimally virtualized server environments and allows businesses of all size to utilise its innovative capabilities.

    Due to the fact that the product is quite new, some questions can come up when looking for information about Windows Server 2019, and answers are not as clear as you would think when it comes to Microsoft's end. For example, it's hard to determine what versions work with which operating system and such, so here is a quick rundown of the answers to some frequently asked questions:

    • Windows Server Features On Demand cannot be installed on Windows Server 2019 with Desktop Experience.

    • Windows Server 2019 Server Core cannot be converted to Desktop Experience. The same thing applies vice-versa.

    • Windows Server 2019 Standard can be converted to Windows Server 2019 Datacenter and vice-versa.

    • You can use Windows Admin Center on Opera and Windows 7 to remotely manage Windows Server 2019 Server Core.

    • At the moment, Windows Storage Server 2019 Workgroup does not exist.

    This product is a CAL for one single device. Windows Server 2019’s licensing model includes both Cores + Client Access Licenses (CALs). Every user or device is required to have either a Windows Server CAL or a Windows Server and RDS CAL in order to be able to access a licensed Windows Server. This means that the maximum number of users is based on CALs.

    Windows Server 2019 is using a licensing called an open license, meaning it is for government organizations, charities, health organizations, educational institutions, qualifying 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, and multinational organizations, who are looking to outfit all of their PCs through the organization rather than by buying individual licenses. Open licensing is the most cost-effective and lowest up-front cost to install Microsoft Office products throughout your entire organization.

     

  • Windows Server 2019 is a cloud-compatible server operating system available to support current workloads and brings a number of new, enhanced features to make the advancing steps to utilise the cloud a lot easier for its users, as well as improve previously already available to use tools.

    Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
    Security has been enhanced with ATP's deep platform sensors getting improvements, as the response actions now expose memory and kernel level attacks and either suppress the malicious files or terminates malicious processes.

    System Insights
    System Insights is a new feature that is available when using Windows Server 2019. It is capable of bringing local predictive analytics natively to Windows Server. All of these predictive capabilities are equipped with using a machine-learning model, and by utilising them you can locally analyse your Windows Server system data.

    Storage Replica
    This feature has been extended to now include a tool called Test failover which allows the mounting of destination storage and validates replication or backup of data. Log Performance has been improved as well.

    Desktop Experience or Server Core
    This is one of the most talked about features in Windows Server 2019, as we already had to mention it multiple times in the general features list. Microsoft includes Desktop Experience with Windows Server 2019 because it is a Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) release.* Similarly to the previously released Windows Server 2016, when you start setting up your operating system, you have the option to choose between either having your system with Server Core installations or choose Server with Desktop Experience installations.

    * Desktop Experience is not included in the following versions of Windows Server: 1709, 1803, 1809. This is because Semi-Annual Channel (SAC) releases do not include the feature by design as they are made to be Server Core and Nano Server container image releases only.

    Server Core has been a part of Microsoft ever since Windows 2008 was released. In theory, it can be managed locally by using nothing but the Command Line (or Powershell) because it does not include any form of local graphical user interface (GUI). Although in practice people are most likely to use the provided GUI tools, such as the registry editor, Task Manager and more. Some additional GUI tools are also available from Microsoft themselves. These include applications with Sysinternals utils and applications that can be installed by using the Powershell Install-WindowsFeature command.

     

  • Minimum disk space: 32 GB
    Minimum Memory: 512 MB (2 GB for Server with Desktop Experience installation option)
    Minimum Processor speed: 1.4 GHz 64-bit processor
    Operating system: Windows Server Standard, Datacenter or Multipoint edition require a Windows Server CAL

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