|No, RDS CAL as in Remote Desktop Server CAL. |
My question is: Does anyone know if I need both the RDS CAL and the usual CAL to allow users to get remote desktop access?
"In addition to a server license, a Windows Server Client Access License (CAL) is required to access the Windows Server software. If you wish to utilize the RDS functionality of the Windows Server software, an incremental Terminal Services Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Client Access License (TS CAL), or the new Remote Desktop Services Client Access License (RDS CAL) is required as well."
I guess that answers my question, but I just wanted to verify it with someone who has done it before.