Buy used Windows Server licenses
Approximate price of the latest version of the licence:
Aproximate price cheaper version with CHEAPFY: 93,54€
Windows Server is the operating system designed by Windows to work on a network. The computers are connected to a server via the network. Buying used Windows Server licenses may be the best idea for your company, because of the great functionalities of working with licenses connected to a server.
Using Windows Server allows you to connect applications installed on the server to run on the hardware.
Windows Server Standard vs Server Enterprise 2019
Used Windows Server licenses can be of two types: Standard or Enterprise, but which one should I choose?
Basically, choosing a used Windows Server Standard or Enterprise license depends on the needs of each company. For large companies we recommend using Server Enterprise. For example, the first option has a limit of hardware connected to the server, and in the second case there is no such limit.
The differences between Windows Server Standard and Enterprise in 2019 are as follows:
|Windows Server Standard 2019||Windows Server Datacenter 2019|
|Users quantity||Depends on quantity CAL||Depends on quantity CAL|
|Hyper-V (VM)||Máx 2||unlimited|
|Device Health Attestation||Included||Included|
|Software Defined Network||Included|
|Host Guardian Hyper-V Support||Included|
The Client Access Licence (CAL) will depend on the type of access you want to give to your company’s users. There are three types of CAL licences:
- User CAL licences the company creates a licence for each user or worker and can install it on any hardware device they require.
- Device CAL licences are purchased for installation on a single device, i.e. if your employee only works on a computer, you only need one Device CAL licence.
- RDS CAL licences are licences that are activated for workers working remotely or away from the office.
Differences between Windows Server and Windows 10:
The advantages that Windows Server has over Windows 10 are clear, Windows Server is aimed at businesses and Windows 10 is aimed at individuals.
The technical differences are also important:
- Cores: Windows 10 supports 32 cores for its 32-bit version, and up to 256 with the 64-bit version. Windows Server, however, supports an infinite number of cores.
Differences between Windows Server 2016 and Server 2019
The basis of Windows Server 2019 is based on the configuration of the previous version Windows Server 2016, although it has some improvements in terms of security, improved cloud and software structure.
Windows Server 2019 versus Server 2016 has a hybrid cloud working service, giving versatility to those workers who work on-premises and those who work off-premises.
In this way Windows Server 2019 uses the so-called IoT to interconnect all our digital systems around us, whereas Server 2016 only allows local connection.
The security of Windows Server 2019 goes far beyond its previous version, given that it not only protects the system, but also performs essential preventive work by analysing and destroying any network suspected of carrying out attacks on our server.
One of the strongest points of Server 2019 is the internal encryption of servers that offers incredible internal and external security.
Requirements to install Windows Server 2019 on our device
Before buying one version or another of Windows Server we advise you to check some technical characteristics that your computer must have to support the software.
- Have at least 32 Gb of hard disk storage.
- A RAM memory of more than 2 Gb
- A 1.4 GHz 64-bit processor.
These are the most important requirements when installing Server 2019 on our computer, if you need any additional technical consultation our commercial support will be happy to assist you and advise you with your version of Windows Server that best suits you.