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You must purchase client access licenses

Windows Small Business Server 2003 includes client access licenses (CALs) for five client computers. A CAL gives a client computer the legal right to access a computer running Small Business Server and the services supported by that server. For more information about licensing, see the end-user license agreement (EULA) that was included with your Windows Small Business Server 2003 packaging.

Setup may display one of the following client access license messages:

You must purchase upgrade client access licenses.

If you are upgrading from Small Business Server 2000 with Service Pack 1, and you have more than five client computers, you must purchase upgrade CALs. For information about purchasing CALs, see “Purchasing Client Access Licenses” in Appendix A, “Additional Information,” of Getting Started.

To continue Setup, select the I acknowledge all warnings check box.

You must purchase client access licenses if you have more than five users.

If you are upgrading an evaluation copy of Windows Small Business Server 2003 and you have more than five client computers, you must purchase Windows Small Business Server CALs. An evaluation version is a full version of the product that expires 120 days after installation. The evaluation copy of Windows Small Business Server 2003 does not limit the number of client access licenses. For information about purchasing CALs, see “Purchasing Client Access Licenses” in Appendix A, “Additional Information,” of Getting Started.

To continue Setup, select the I acknowledge allwarnings check box.

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