Comment you're replying to
Your name *
Your email *
Your comment *
Please type these numbers *
There was an error submitting your comment, sorry..
A few pieces of interesting information regarding Microsoft Dynamics licensing that we have recently discovered:
Interestingly since Microsoft deems the “Action Pack” to be a subscription-based license you, as the client, do not actually “own” the license and therefore are not eligible for upgrade pricing either. When you hit the 6th/10th user (depending on your version) you will be up for the CRM Server license and as many CALs as you have users, since you cannot use the Action Pack CALs on a box product or volume license. This obviously makes the transition very expensive and while you can at least continue to use your Action Pack SQL Server it seems like this group have not been well catered to in the revised licensing model.
By the way – Action Pack users are generally Microsoft partners – not the group I would have chosen to upset, but then they have more money than me…