Showing posts with label Licence. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Licence. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

SharePoint 2013 licensing

SharePoint 2013 licensing

SharePoint supports intranet, extranet, and Internet applications from a single, integrated platform. The specific licenses you need depend on three factors: what capabilities are used, how SharePoint is deployed, and where the system is hosted. The terms and conditions for how you can use the software are defined in the Product Use Rights (PUR) document and the Product List document.
  • SharePoint Online is licensed on a per-user basis. You can purchase SharePoint Online as a standalone plan or included as part of Office 365 plans. Learn more. Licensing details are available here.
  • For On-Premises, intranet sites are licensed using a Server/CAL (Client Access License) model. SharePoint Server 2013 is required for each running instance of the software, and CALs are required for each person or device accessing a SharePoint Server.
SharePoint Standard CAL: the Standard CAL delivers the core capabilities of SharePoint

·         Sites: a single infrastructure for all your business websites
·         Communities: an integrated collaboration platform
·         Content: enterprise content management (ECM) for the masses
·         Search: people and expertise search, visual previews, visual best bets

SharePoint Enterprise CAL: the Enterprise CAL delivers the full capabilities of SharePoint

·         Sites: a single infrastructure for all your business websites
·         Communities: an integrated collaboration platform
·         Content: ECM for the masses
·         Search: standard search features plus entity extraction, video search, item recommendations
·         Business solutions (includes Access Services and InfoPath Services)
·         Business Intelligence for everyone (includes Power View, Performance Point Services, Excel Services, and Visio Services



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I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.

Monday, August 4, 2014

Licensing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013



Licensing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013

This brief clarifies the licensing of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 by defining concepts that provide a framework for SharePoint Server licensing. In addition, the brief gives some examples of how to license common use scenarios.

Check the below link to get more insight on the Licensing.

 

I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

SharePoint Licensing

 SharePoint Licensing:
 I post this simple Article in a very Understandable manner, because, I have Many unclear things on License part of SharePoint before. After I dig in Google and talking with Experts, I have a clear mind about License’s. Sharing this with who still not clear on Licensing part.

                                 

  
   Explanation:

As most know, starting with the 2007 version of SharePoint, the product is available in three editions. In the 2010 version of SharePoint, those three are SharePoint Foundation, Server Standard, and Server Enterprise.  I think most people know that the Foundation edition of SharePoint does not require any additional license purchase other than Windows Server licenses and Windows Server CALs.  

 The Server Standard edition is not free.  It requires one server license for each server in the SharePoint farm.  It also requires SharePoint users to have a Server Standard Client Access License (CAL).  Both of these licenses are sold through Microsoft Volume Licensing and its volume licensing partners.

The Server Enterprise edition requires one server license for each server in the SharePoint farm, and this server license is the same license that is required for a Server Standard farm. There is no distinction between server licenses for a Standard farm vs. an Enterprise farm.  There is a distinction between the two editions for the user CAL.  To use the Enterprise edition your users need BOTH a Server Standard CAL and a Server Enterprise CAL.



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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

How to Enable the convert License type option Under Upgrade and Migration.

  How to Enable the “Convert License type” option Under Upgrade and Migration.

  Issue: “Convert License type” is grayed out
                        

 Background: Initially ,I installed foundation of sharepoint-2013 in my test lab. As you all know there are so many features not available on Foundation version. After working some days on foundation, thought to migrate version to SharePoint server 2013.When I try to Install server version giving the Error . As per the experts advise trying to make My standard foundation edition to enterprise. When I check the option it should be in disable state. After digging much time, found way to do so.

  How to Over Come: Follow the below steps to overcome and enter License .
·        Get your IE developer tool out, and point it to the disabled input box. You can do that pressing F12 key on the page of convert license type. Point to the html code that disabled input box.Search for Disable.                                 

·        Now you can have the line highlighted.  disabled=”disabled”. Let’s change it to trick the page.

·        I changed the name “disabled” to something as per below.             



·        Note: Once changed Directly go to “convert License page”.dont refresh the page.
·        Now I can input my Enterprise license key to the box.  OK button is still disabled. do the same below Ok like"changed the name “disabled” to something.
               
·        After Ok button is enabled, click on it, the feature for Enterprise CAL now can be unlocked without any problem.
         this is a quick way to have a workaround.
Note: this is not for production use.

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