As a follow on to my MOSS 2007 post, here’s some information on the various versions and how they are licensed…hope it helps!
The main and most common edition is:
Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007: This is licenced with a single server version and then 2 editions of Client Access Licences (CAL)-Standard and Enterprise. It is the CALs that determine which features are avilable to the users and they are “additive” meaning you must have both the Standard AND Enterprise CALs to receive the Enterprise features, which include:
- Line of Business Data Search
- Business process and forms capabilities (such as Web-based Microsoft Office InfoPath forms)
- Business intelligence capabilities (including report center sites, the ability to build interactive dashboards, and Excel Services)
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for Internet sites: This version is licensed per server only and is used for running extranets and internet sites. This means it cannot be accessed by internal employees “creating, sharing, or collaborating on content which is for internal use only”. As there are no CALs required, this edition includes the functionality of both the Standard AND Enterprise editions.
Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007: This licensed via the Server/CAL model so each client accessing the server needs a CAL.
Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007 for Internet sites: As with MOSS 2007, this is per server licensing only, cannot be used for internal only projects and includes full Enterprise functionality.