License Mobility through SA

License Mobility through SA

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Three different sets of rules apply to customers who bring their own licenses to run Microsoft software at a dedicated hosting firm.

Records the type and quantity of SA-covered licenses being reassigned under License Mobility through SA or RDS User CAL Extended Rights toward workloads run at an Authorized Mobility Partner (or at Microsoft Azure).

A third-party service provider authorized by Microsoft to run Windows and certain Windows-based applications within server-based desktops hosted on multitenant hardware.

A third-party service provider authorized by Microsoft to run Windows and certain Windows-based applications within server-based desktops hosted on multitenant hardware; See Qualified Multitenant Hoster for in-depth entry.

A third-party service provider authorized by Microsoft to host certain server-based products on multitenant hardware under the context of customer-supplied licenses that convey a License Mobility through SA benefit.

A use right provided through volume licensing programs that allows customers to repurpose server licenses with active SA (Software Assurance) toward workloads running on a service provider's multitenant servers. See synonym License Mobility through SA for in-depth entry.

A SA (Software Assurance) benefit, offered for several server applications, that allows server-side licenses to be reassigned to cover workloads running on a service provider's multitenant servers, including Microsoft's own Azure.