SPLA Audits and Anonymous/Authenticated/Outsourced/Non-Outsourced Windows Server Licenses


Christopher Barnett, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, explains why businesses facing Microsoft SPLA audits owe it to themselves to consult with counsel when responding to Microsoft’s audit demands. In many cases, the auditors simply apply the relevant rules incorrectly. Successful challenges to those discrepancies can have a significant impact on a company’s audit exposure.

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