EES Training course with Viglen, Friday 16th September 2011


Do you want to know more about EES (Enrolment for Education Solutions)?

Do you need to know more about Microsoft licensing, including:

  • Enrolment for Education Solutions (EES)
    • What is EES
    • The impact on Schools & LA’s
    • The impact on HE/FE
  • Client/Server Licensing
    • What is a Client Access Licence (CAL)
      • Windows Server
      • Exchange Server
      • SQL Server
      • SharePoint Server
      • Lync/OCS Server
      • Dynamics CRM
    • Core CAL Suite
    • Enterprise CAL Suite
    • Base & Additive Licences
    • Device CAL & User CAL
    • Processor Licensing (inc Multi-Core)
    • External Connectors/Internet Licences
    • Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services)
  • System Center Product Licensing
  • Work @ Home / Home Use Programme
  • Student Licensing
  • Software Assurance (SA) & Other Benefits
    • SA Benefits
    • MSDNAA
    • Dynamics CRM AA
    • IT Academy
    • Live@edu / Office 365
  • OEM & Operating System Licensing
  • Virtualisation – impact on licensing:
    • VDA & VDI (including access to applications)
    • Windows Server
    • Windows 7
    • SQL
  • Product Activation
  • Downgrade Rights
  • Licence Transfer
  • Step-Up Licences
  • Re-imaging Rights
  • Desktop Optimisation Pack (MDOP)
  • Licensing products to use with Apple Mac
  • VLSC – Introduction to
  • Online Services
  • Multi-user licensing (i.e. Multi-Point Server)
  • Q&A

What can Viglen do to help you?

As one of the top licensing resellers in the UK as well as an OEM, we are well placed to understand the licensing needs of our customers.
Therefore we have designed a training course, covering all the above subject areas, to help customers understand how Microsoft licensing works and how you can get the best return on your investment. Our trainer has over 20 years’ experience of software licensing and is regarded by many in the education sector as one of the primary experts on Microsoft licensing in the UK.

The course is scheduled to be held on FRIDAY 16th SEPTEMBER 2011 at Bicton College

Course timings:

0930-1000 Coffee & Registration
1000-1115 Training Part 1
1115-1130 Coffee Break
1130-1300 Training Part 2
1300-1345 Lunch (& opportunity to discuss issues with your peers)
1345-1500 Training Part 3
1500-1530 Q & A Session / Close

If you wish to attend, please complete the Booking Form at the earliest opportunity. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us – email or telephone 01727 201890

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