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Client Access License
also called "CAL"

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  1. a kind of software license distributed by software companies such as Microsoft or CodeWeavers to allow clients to connect to its server software and use the software's services

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  2. - A Microsoft license technology

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  3. Most commercial software, including Microsoft's, is licensed to end users or businesses

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  4. (CAL) is a kind of software license that legally permits client computers to connect to Microsoft server software

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  5. CALs apply to either a "device" (as defined in the license agreement) or a "user"

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