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SharePoint 2007 Licensing - Stover Effect

SharePoint 2007 Licensing - Stover Effect: "10/15/2007
SharePoint 2007 Licensing Part III: FAQ
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In Part III in this mini-series on SharePoint 2007 licensing, I'm merely answering some of the questions that I've been emailed over the past couple of months. As I've stated in previous posts, you absolutely should work with either a Microsoft Licensing Specialist or with your VAR (Dell, CDW, etc.) to ensure that you are purchasing the appropriate SharePoint 2007 licenses for your implementation needs.

Terms used in this FAQ:
MOSS is a general acronym for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and can be used interchangeably with SharePoint 2007 or SharePoint. However, MOSS specifically refers to the licensed server version of the product and not WSS. MOSSFIS is the acronym that refers specifically to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for Internet Sites (please review my previous posts Part I and Part II for more information). WSS is the generally accepted acronym for Windows SharePoint Services and in this document only refers to the current version of WSS 3.0." ....

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