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Windows Enterprise LTSB - upgrade license

Mfg. Part: AAA-12384-CCG | CDW Part: 3800580 | UNSPSC: 43233004
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Main Features
  • Upgrade license
  • 1 device
  • MPSA
Windows Enterprise offers the experiences people love with enterprise-grade solutions organizations need, by bringing together everything you do - from mobile apps for your business, to Office productivity work, to searching and browsing, to accessing all your data from anywhere.

Your Windows experience works across all your devices - from the best business tablet, to a thin and light notebook, to your high-performance workstation or all-in-one, whether you are at home, in or around the office, or working on the road.

And Windows takes care of the essentials - letting you manage personal devices in your organization, utilize your investments in your enterprise infrastructure, and enhancing the security of your environment.

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Software
License Category: License
License Qty: 1 device
License Type: Upgrade license
Licensing Program: Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA)

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Brand: Microsoft
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: Microsoft NGVL Level B
Model: Enterprise LTSB
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: Windows

OS Provided
OS Family: Windows
Type: Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB

Software Family
Microsoft Edition: Enterprise
Microsoft Family: MS Windows
Microsoft Version: Non-Specific

License
Agreement Term: All Terms
Category: License
Level: Level B
License Type: Upgrade License
Licensing Program: Microsoft MPSA
Product Pool: System
VLK Category: Windows 10 Enterprise MAK

Licensing
License Pricing: Volume

Product Reviews
Windows Enterprise LTSB - upgrade license is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 107.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Windows 10 takes what was good about windows 7 and windows 8, then it mashes them together to get a nicely working system.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review about Windows 10 Microsoft has been closely watching the onslaught of this new ransomware epidemic and added a slew of new features to the second major update of Win10 which is called "Creators Update" — Win 10 CU for short — which has been rolling out for a few weeks, consumers first.Presenting new anti-ransomware protection features added in Win 10 CU, Robert Lefferts, Director of Program Management, Windows Enterprise and Security, said that no Windows 10 customer was affected by the recent WannaCry ransomware outbreak that took place in mid-May and no currently known ransomware strain can infect Windows 10.From a security perspective, CU is a massive improvement.The new security features include the following list, apart from a host of non-security related additions like a 3D version of MS Paint. :-)* Click-to-run for Adobe Flash in Edge — which prevents ransomware and other malware from landing on Windows 10 PCs via exploits kits and drive-by downloads.* Instant cloud protection via Windows Defender — According to Microsoft, starting with CU, Windows Defender AV can suspend a suspicious file from running and sync with the cloud protection service to further inspect the file.* Fast remediation mechanism at detection — Microsoft says it has made great strides to "remediate ransomware infection and limit ransomware activity from minutes to seconds, reducing its damage from hundreds of encrypted files to a few." Microsoft credits this to Windows Defender AV’s behavioral engine, who can aggregate malware behavior across processes and stages.* Improved detection for script-based attacks — Microsoft says its Antimalware Scan Interface (AMSI) was modified to intervene during the strategic execution points of JS or VBS script runtimes, two infection vectors often used by ransomware.* Wow64 compatibility scanning — In CU, Windows Defender AV added a process-scanning feature that uses the Wow64 compatibility layer, enabling it to better inspect system interactions of 32-bit applications running on 64-bit operating systems.* Process tree visualizations — feature added to Windows Defender ATP, the commercial version of Windows Defender.* Artifact searching capabilities — feature added to Windows Defender ATP.* Machine isolation and quarantine — feature added to Windows Defender ATP.* Windows Edge browser — better protection against remote code execution attacks.Overall, your average user will probably not notice the differenceOverall, it's a good update, but it stands out for its incremental tweaks and behind-the-scenes improvements to matters such as security, updates and privacy, rather than for spectacular new features.Obviously, you will not be able to roll this out immediately in your organization, despite the CU security improvements. Implementing CU is likely not a priority if you have just started to deploy Win10, and you might jump straight to the next major update, codenamed Redstone 3 which is due later this year.The update is available to MSDN/TechNet subscribers running the Enterprise, Education and IoT Core edition. Organizations that have Windows via the Volume License Service Center have been able to get the update since May 1.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fresh air after Windows 8 mess. Good GUI decision in desktop, better security, useful nre features, more stable and useful.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I use this on my PC at home because of all the features, such as Hyper-V, that you don't get on the home edition. It works well for what I want to do.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have been used Windows 10 for quite some time on PC's to phones to Surfaces. It really does run smoothly on multiple types of devices. if I were to give it any dings, I would like some better administration tools. But overall very happy with this version of OS.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall, Windows 10 seems to be extremely stable of an operating system. It runs without issue many issues. Overall, I would give it a 4.5 (9/10) stars if I was able to. Unfortunately, am unable to so why not round up.With that said, Windows 10 Pro does have some down sides to it's utilization. First, with updates. Updates seem to run completely fine and less errors than with previous versions of Windows. However, first you cannot pick and choose which updates you want to run when utilizing Windows 10 without a personal WSUS server (might not be able to with a WSUS server as well, unsure). Second issue with updates is that when an update returns an error code, and I personally witnessed this morning, it displays the error code for about 3 seconds before running back through checking for updates. For me, the second checking for updates finished with saying the OS was up to date, meanwhile with the most recent update showing failed and I have been unable to find a way to pull back up the error code it displayed.My next target will be against Edge. Before I begin, understand that I approve of Edge browser, as it seems to be what I have disliked about IE for what seems like an eternity. However, when first beginning with a Win10 setup, you only have access to Edge. This gives you a choice of two options. Create a new user or you would then need to proceed in digging through the OS for iexplore.exe. Once found, would need to utilize this to get anything via a web browser. Edge does not allow for administrator to utilize this. This is not a bad thing by itself. However, when you only have access to the Administrator account (first account created) and Edge browser (which does not allow for Admin access), it comes back as tough challenge for some individuals to complete this and get it fixed. My other complaint in regards is that Edge still to my knowledge, does not interact with Internet Options, and has no ability to setup Security options for it as you can and need to with IE in certain places.My third and last complaint of Windows 10 Pro will be that it, just like your cell phone, now comes with Bloatware. Now you would normally get this from the manufacturer (i.e. HP, Lenovo, Dell), but it now comes from Microsoft as well, and gets a little tricky in trying to remove some of them.As stated before however, Windows 10 is very stable. It seems to be built on the positives of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, all while still incorporating some new things. Just remember that if you can't find something with a left click, try a right click.This review is part of a Microsoft sweepstakes.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This review is part of a Microsoft sweepstakes.Overall I like Windows 10. The interface is easy to use and Win 10 comes with a lot of nice tools that have replaced 3rd party apps. But it does come with a bunch of bloatware that needs to be removed.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Windows 10 Pro definitely has Windows 7 beat for speed and boot time, but there are a few features that keep Pro close enough to the Home edition that I would not consider deploying Pro across an SMB. I'd certainly recommend Windows 10 Pro for one-off machines and general users because it's easy to customize and there seems to be more control over ads and AppX packages than there is available in the Home version. Windows 10 Pro would be perfect if by default, users were opted out of all data collection, telemetry, and advertising. I was not pleased to find suggestions for Candy Crush and Minecraft on a device built for use by professionals (given "Pro" in the operating system name). I also think that the ads for OneDrive/Office 365 popping up in File Explorer would confuse my less savvy users and frustrate the more tech-savvy folks. The notification panel is definitely not my favorite feature--I do miss the smaller corner pop-up notifications of Windows 7.Knowing PowerShell will get you far in customizing Windows 10 Pro so you can quickly change autoupdate and AppX settings in the registry. PowerShell 5 is so much more capable than versions 4 and earlier, and it is a huge selling point for Windows 10 Pro in my book. It's a great operating system for moving forward technologically, and several of my users who have Windows 10 Pro on laptops and 2-in-1 devices love it so far after some necessary tweaks were made to the data collection and ads settings. Windows 10 Pro would be perfect if all data collection and advertisement was opt-in rather than opt-out; but other than that, it's a perfectly customizable and blazing fast operating system. I would highly recommend it for at-home power users, students, and anyone who wants to be able to stay up to date with the newest generations of hardware and software.This review is part of a Microsoft sweepstakes.
Date published: 2017-04-05
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