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Microsoft Windows Server 2012 - license

Mfg. Part: R18-04281|CDW Part: 2803334|UNSPSC: 43233004
  • License
  • 1 user CAL
  • MOLP: Open Business
  • Single Language
Availability:In Stock
Ships today if ordered within 7 hrs 11 mins
$35.99Advertised Price
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • License
  • 1 user CAL
  • MOLP: Open Business
  • Single Language
Windows Server 2012 delivers a dramatically simplified licensing experience. Shaped by feedback from customers and partners, the Windows Server licensing approach will help make choosing the right Windows Server easier while delivering the more benefits.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
System Requirements
Min Hard Drive Space: 32 GB
Min Processor Speed: 1.4 GHz
Min RAM Size: 512 MB
Peripheral Interface Devices: DVD-ROM , Internet connection , Keyboard , Mouse or compatible device , SVGA monitor

License Category: License
License Qty: 1 user CAL
License Type: License
Licensing Program: MOLP: Open Business

Brand: Microsoft
Compatibility: PC
Localization (Vendor Specific): Microsoft Single Language
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Model: Server 2012
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: Microsoft Windows

OS Provided
OS Family: Windows Server
Type: Microsoft Windows Server 2012

Software Family
Microsoft Family: MS Windows Server
Microsoft Version: 2012

License Pricing: Volume

Product Reviews
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 - license 4.4 5 154 154
Was great when it came out.but had to update to Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2.so much better and recommend updated version October 6, 2014
a powerful OS version . i havent used much as i upgraded to R2 when it released but honestly i couldn't find any difference at all. installed AD DC and DNS in it when i setup a new installation for a charity. September 20, 2014
A really good OS, that works really well. It is fairly intuitive and the GUI works for majority of things needed. Probably one of the most solid OSs I've worked with. September 20, 2014
I use 2012 R2 Standard as a Hyper-V host and for two mission critical VM's. The licensing structure with 2012 R2 is also very easy to understand and is not nearly as complicated as it used to be. Overall, Windows Server 2012 R2 is the most stable server OS I have ever managed outside of Unix / Linux. The benefits are too many with this release, if you are still clinging to 2008, 2003 or older, stop. Windows Server 2012 R2 is where it's at. September 20, 2014
Configured new server to be a domain controller with roles and features of DNS Server, Active Directory, Application Server, File Server, Print Server, Windows Server Backup, Shadow Copies, NIC Teaming for Failover and assigned RDP to be on a different port. September 15, 2014
This OS feels like a step backwards to me, but I need to look into it more to see what it brings to the table. I have to do a lot more typing in this OS than in previous versions, and it gives us a lot of trouble with RDP. When it starts throwing errors for Remote Desktop Connection Manager and refuses to let me connect, I just switch over to the standard Remote Desktop Connection and I can log in just fine. Not sure what's going on with that, but it sounds like it's happening to a lot of people. Our Server 2012 test build also throws up a lot of errors with Windows Update. For us, Server 2012 is more hassle than it's worth. September 15, 2014
I was a little doubtful of the Modern UI on a server but the Server Manager is the best thing to happen to Windows server management since I've been in the industry. The improvements to Remote Desktop Services make it a no brainer for us September 15, 2014
I actually really like this OS. I'm not sure why everyone gripes that there isn't a start button, but I don't mind the change. I feel as though I can get to anything I need to just as easy without it. The OS is very fast on start-up and when it's running. Between Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2 probably my top two Windows Server OS'! September 15, 2014
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