Exchange Server 2013 Licensing


Exchange Server 2013 Licensing

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

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

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Exchange 2013!5567&authkey=!AI6A8VQE1Bcv-L0



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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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