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Difference between R2 Standard and Essentials?


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I think it would survive most recoveries. However, if the hardware changed too much, it might trigger a re-activation.

this raises the question of bare metal server restore - can activation of these dreamspark licenses survive a bare metal restore? I have done client BMR to the same physical disk and they did not require re-activation, I am curious what happens if you have a bad drive and have to BMR...

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just adding to the technet advice here..

 

only those technet agreements (AND renewals) signed/agreed before 16th July 2012 are entitles to perpetual technet licensing.

 

If you signed/renewed on or after 16th July 2012, then your technet license usage rights expired on the day your technet subscription ended.

 

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https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/aae86244-bf48-4799-a147-2f18dd3342bd/perpetual-usage-rights-technet-subscriber-agreement-prior-to-16-july-12?forum=tnfeedback

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Drashna Jaelre

I'm just glad that my TechNet license wasn't renewed after that. One good thing about my MVP award not being renewed, I guess.

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