This brief clarifies the licensing of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 by defining concepts that provide a framework for SharePoint Server licensing. In addition, the brief gives some examples of how to license common use scenarios.
This brief replaces a previous version published in December 2012. There have been no licensing changes with this update.
Licensing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 (PDF, 538 KB)
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