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#1 kurio71


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Posted 09 April 2010 - 11:37 AM

Hi all, need help with a licensing scenerio. The database set up is follows:
2 x 2008 Enterprise machines running SQL 2008 Standard (clustered) with a NAS solution. The NAS software is 2008 Storage Server Standard Edition with iSCSI.
What I'm confused is I'm running SQL on 2008 Enterprise machines in a 2 node cluster (single instance I think). So, do I need server licenses for the Enterprise machines & the SQL servers and how many?
Or basically what do I need to purchase? A little confusing.
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Posted 29 August 2010 - 08:14 AM

IF I understood your question correctly, (two instances on two boxes one instance on each box?) you would need two SQL licenses.
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