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For the physical machines – do I need to use individual 16 cores license for each workstation? So even if I use 16 Cores license on 4 Core machine? You need a minimum of 16 core licenses, regardless of if your physical core count is less, but you need additional packs if you have more than 16 cores.

For virtual, for STD edition you get 2 virtual installs per license, if you need more than about 13 machines, consider datacentre licensing. So if you buy enough licenses for 32 cores, you can cover your VM up to this count too. Do not count HT. Each Server Std license requires at least 16 cores or 8x “2-core packs” licenses are sold in SKU of “16 core packs” or “2 core packs” as per you Authorized MS vendor. Can you confirm where the part of “16 licenses come in”??

Coz I think you might have pasted with some context missing as it may been “core qty 16 licenses” which means total of 16 core. It really depends if you want to form a hyper-v cluster?

If you want, then the number of Server std licenses to run 6 VMs, 2 VMs per host then you need 3x 32 core per Server std license per 2 VMs as one of the hosts have 32 cores. This is to cover VM migration across the hosts in the cluster,. In case I’m running 1 Windows Server not virtual over one of the workstations, for each one of them i will need individual license? You need 16 minimum, if your physical core count excluding hyper-threads is higher than 16 you need licenses to cover your total physical core count.

The 2nd license Sorry as we do not look at “logical processors”. One reason why people try not to use workstations but servers to run VM workloads. So if you need a full estimate of costs, you need to provide details of both the number of servers, number of physical CPU cores and the number of VMs running MS server OS. On the workstation’s no VM, each workstation running windows server One with 4Cores and the other with 16Cores on two individual workstations.

For the workstation I still didn’t understood if I need individual license for each workstation even if one of the workstation has 4Cores? My company already bought the licenses, the problem is nobody knows to tell me what are the limitation of the licenses, so Im trying to figure it out the make some order. Each physical host will require a minimum of 16 core licenses, no matter if the core count is lower or not. Why are you running Server OS on workstation devices anyway, wouldn’t a desktop OS make more sense and be cheaper with access to all cores for a flat fee?

I get it Only the Dell server is a host that is going to run VMs. The server is very clear cut It can run max of 2 VMs. I rad before on the forum that Logical processors are never counted for licensing, so maybe I was just confusing it all. Yes – this discussion of logical cores and hyperthreading does nothing but confuse the matter. Your graphic above indicates you need one core Windows Server license per physical box – so 3 in total.

Also why server OS for workstations and not Win10?? In the long run you might be thinking of getting a 2nd host or P2V both these workstations then use 1 license only? Then all you need is another Dell server as redundancy in case you need to update hypervisor, update server firmware or have hardware maintenance “eg HDD failure etc”? Login or sign up to reply to this topic. Didn’t find what you were looking for?

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In that case – 16Cores license will be enough for each machine? How many VMs in total?? The 2nd workstation is 16 cores X 2 sockets. Thanks flag Report. If you are asking, can you use 4 license for 1 machine and 8 for another, the answer is no. It can run max of 2 VMs galavichid wrote: The 2nd workstation is 16 cores X 2 sockets. But I still do not get it Thats complete the story! Thank you all! So it was 8 cores x 2 socket and not Thanks for the advices, unfortunately it wont change in the near future.

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