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TDP Licensing when upgrading from 5.5 to 6.1

TSMBOB99

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If you currently have the TDPs for Exchange and SQL Server licensed for 5.x, to go to 6.1 do you have to get a new license? Does the current license cover the upgrade to the new version? Will it cost more to go to the 6.1 version? I don't get involved much in the licensing side so please excuse the ignorance. :(
 

ChrisRees

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Hi

I think the version is irrelevant. Its all about the number/type of cores for PVU calculation purposes when it comes to licensing.

You shouldn't have to do anything license wise when you upgrade to 6.1..

Cheers
 

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