Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Desktop Pro License

In a three-year contract, the number of qualified offices and users can be adjusted to each anniversary of the contract. This allows for greater flexibility to meet changing requirements. The rights of use are limited and expire at the expiry of the contract. Alternatively, the customer can sign an enterprise online service agreement with Microsoft. This option does not require enterprise-wide standardization. The customer must acquire at least 500 licenses of enterprise online services. The EDOS program is ideal for large enterprises and government organizations with more than 5,000 users. An EA allows customers to subscribe to Microsoft online services such as Microsoft Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online. The services do not have to be licensed throughout the company, but can be reserved in addition for each user. The licensed customer is either the Standard Edition or the Enterprise Edition of each service.

Software licensed under the agreement includes Windows 10, Microsoft Office, and CLIENT Access Licenses for Windows Server, Exchange, System Center, and Sharepoint, which allow the computer to legally access Microsoft servers over a network. The Enterprise Agreement, the price of which is based on the number of computers or users licensed, is a three-year agreement covering all software licenses and updates to a client system. In case of termination of the contract, it is possible to extend one or three additional years. EA/SA (Enterprise Agreement/Software Assurance) is a volume licensing package offered by Microsoft....

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