Windows server 2008 r2 enterprise vs standard vs datacenter free

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Recall that Windows Server R2 Enterprise Edition adds four virtual licenses to every physical license, while Datacenter Edition adds. The Datacenter edition is for organizations that need highly virtualized and cloud-integrated environments. In comparison to the Standard.
 
 

 

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The downgrade from standard allows downgrade to R2 standard or Enterprise our choice. Is there any negative to getting the Enterprise version, having only ever used standard, I don’t have experience of it and although standard has been fine in the past I thought the clustering support could be useful across VMs. As it was mainly the cost of Enterprise that was the limiting factor the fact that you can choose either makes it seem like choosing enterprise would be a no-brainer, or am I missing something?

If Windows R2 Standard and Enterprise were offered at the same price with each having the same number of VM rights would there be a reason to choose standard over enterprise? Standard edition seems to be offered as a joke choice by Microsoft, no one would choose it because we are offered Enterprise as a downgrade choice. You get to use more than four cores in a vm in the Enterprise edition so I would choose Enterprise. You don’t get to use the licensing of the downgrade version, you use the licensing of the original version.

So downgrading from you get to run 2 VMs of your choice on up to 2 physical processors. This topic has been locked by an administrator and is no longer open for commenting.

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Scott Alan Miller. You buy CALs, they have downgrade rights too. Spice 2 flag Report. I’d just use the existing CALs flag Report. So basically the question is: If Windows R2 Standard and Enterprise were offered at the same price with each having the same number of VM rights would there be a reason to choose standard over enterprise?

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