This brief provides Microsoft Volume Licensing program customers with a list of Microsoft software and the associated dependent Microsoft software licenses that are required to use that software. This is sometimes referred to as the “software stack.” br>
This brief replaces a previous version published in April 2012. Significant changes in this new version include updated references to Windows 8 and the addition of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
Microsoft Software License Dependency Reference Guide (PDF, 258 KB)
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