Reference Guide

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W
Titlesort ascending Summary
USL

Provides the (non-perpetual) right for a user to access a particular online service, server-based product, or Windows client OS, typically from any device. See synonym User SL for in-depth entry.

User Subscription License

Provides the (non-perpetual) right for a user to access a particular online service, server-based product, or Windows client OS, typically from any device. See synonym User SL for in-depth entry.

User SL

Provides the (non-perpetual) right for a user to access a particular online service, server-based product, or Windows client OS, typically from any device.

User Experience Virtualization

Technology that allows users to maintain the same applications settings when using different devices, such as PCs or tablets; licensed with MDOP (Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack).

User CAL

Provides the right for an individual to use any device to access all running instances of a particular server-based product deployed by the customer’s organization.

User

A person running Microsoft software on a client device, accessing software on a server, or making use of an online service.

Upgrade rights

This SA (Software Assurance) benefit provides the right to deploy new product versions that become available during the term of SA coverage. See synonym new version rights for in-depth entry.

UE-V

Technology that allows users to maintain the same applications settings when using different devices, such as PCs or tablets; licensed with MDOP (Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack). See User Experience Virtualization for full entry.