Exchange Server 2013 Licensing


 

Exchange Server 2013 Licensing

The below url provide the difference between Exchange 2013 Enterprise CAL and Standard CAL

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/microsoft-exchange-server-licensing-licensing-overview-FX103746915.aspx

To count the number of CAL on the Exchange 2013 environment execute the following powershell command

Get-ExchangeServerAccessLicenseUser –LicenseName “Exchange Server 2013 Standard CAL”
Get-ExchangeServerAccessLicenseUser –LicenseName “Exchange Server 2013 Enterprise CAL”

Note: This is will provide the license detail as we expect. Hence few experts have wrote script to count the CAL License

Exchange 2007http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/c84611c9-9ce6-42b2-8f29-e51b99410ced

Exchange 2010http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/acdcb192-f226-4517-b3f9-005dce6f4fc3

Exchange 2010 SP1http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/68321b75-ab3d-4e04-9fe1-6a42de23b67f#content

Exchange 2013https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=f9c7e7f30c1d34e2&id=F9C7E7F30C1D34E2!5567&authkey=!AI6A8VQE1Bcv-L0

 

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About Raji Subramanian

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2 Responses to Exchange Server 2013 Licensing

  1. ze says:

    can you tell me if I have to be on Exchange directory to run the command?

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