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[ale] MS Licensing
- Subject: [ale] MS Licensing
- From: jonathan.glass at ibb.gatech.edu (Jonathan Glass)
- Date: Thu Jan 22 14:01:13 2004
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
- References: <[email protected]>
On Thu, 2004-01-22 at 13:50, Matthew Brown wrote:
> What is your understanding of this question...
> If I am on Microsoft's Software Assurance program, but allow this to
> lapse, am I still licensed to continue using the then-existant product
> version moving forward? ...or does the license expire along with the
> Software Assurance?
> Best Regards,
If you were running Windows 98, and Office 97 before you signed up for
SA, and you allow SA to lapse, then once it has lapsed, you HAVE to
revert back to your original perpetually-licensed software. If you've
upgraded to Windows XP and Office 2003, you have to downgrade back to 98
and Office 97. You can only use software under the SA agreement as long
as you keep the fees paid.
Systems Support Specialist II
Institute for Bioengineering & Bioscience
Georgia Institute of Technology
Email: jonathan.glass at ibb.gatech.edu