Windows Server 2012 - External Connector License - Open Government
Give your government office all the benefits of a high-quality server that can be shared with everyone in the office as well as those outside it, thanks to the External Connector License. With Microsoft Windows Server 2012, your office will have a server with more flexibility, adaptability, and power than all previous models, with a focus on providing more virtualization options.
What Is Microsoft Windows Server?
Windows Server is an operating system designed by Microsoft to provide a Windows-quality user and administrator experience on a server while providing advanced server features. These advanced features can be found in every aspect of server use, from server management, to data storage and security, to applications, to communication tools.
What Is an External Connector License?
An External Connector License allows you to provide access to users beyond your network. If you would like business partners, contractors, or some customers to have access to your server, you’ll need an External Connector License. These users will also need separate CALs (client access licenses) to connect.
What Is an Open Government License?
An Open Government License is a volume license that provides more flexibility for government offices looking to purchase Microsoft products. With an Open Government License, those offices can add more licenses as needed. Government offices must use government licenses.
These are minimum system requirements for installing Microsoft Windows Server 2012 External Connector License Open Gov.
- Processor: 1.4 GHz or faster x64
- RAM: 512 MB or more
- Available Disk Space: 32 GB or more (more is required if there is at least 16 GB of RAM in use)