Re: Licensing issue
"Dieter Rauscher [MVP]" <email@example.com> writes:
>> We have purchased a volume license for 10 users of Forefront for Exchange,
>> and installed as Antigen for Exchange with the downgrade rights policy
>> cause is running over a Exchange 2003 server.
>> My customer has 10 corporate accounts which is for what he bought the 10
>> licenses pack, but he is giving away some exchange email accounts for some
>> external co-workers which he doesn't want to be protected by antigen (he
>> doesn't want to pay additional licenses).
>> So the question is, how can i assign those 10 licenses to 10 specific
>> exchange accounts, and how can i be sure that those 10 accounts are
>> protected by antigen and not violating the licenses agreemet?.
>First, to get a legally binding answer you should contact your local
To get a legally binding answer, you go to court. To get a legal opinion,
you take the contract to a lawyer. To get Microsoft's interested and biased
opinion, you go to Microsoft. It is sure not legally binding on anyone,
>My understanding is, that FSE licenses are legal and not technical licenses.
>So you do not have to asign licenses.
? What is a "legal not technical license"? All licenses are legal
instruments. They express in relatively plain language what you are allowed
to do. Once the license is in existence, it, not the opinion of either
party, is what is important. So the first thing is to read the license and
see what it says you can do.
>Also, you cannot exclude mailboxes/email addresses from beeing scanned.
>MVP ISA Server