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tek_san

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Maybe naive but I have to ask:-)
We are considering to do the usermanagement for KMS in Active Directory.
I should add that by this time, we have an AD Master running, but just to add users. There are no file or terminal servies or anything alike running on or connected to this machine.
So, would I have to buy client or user cals in the amount of users I plan to have KMS use?

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Oliver

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ccjwells

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I know this has come up before on the forums, but for the life of me, I can't find the original discussion. If I remember correctly, CALs are not required for users in KMS. However, I would wait for someone else to chime in on this or drop a line to support and get a more definitive answer.
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