Did you know that Windows Server is one of the most mislicensed products under SPLA? This can lead to unnecessary audits and expenses that no one wants to deal with. We all know that Microsoft introduced a new licensing model for Windows Server 2016 when they changed the model from Processor to Core. As we wrote in our July article, the biggest concern was that if you were running more than 8 cores per instance (the minimum required) you would have to license the additional cores when you upgraded to Windows Server 2016 or when your SPLA contract renewed. Read on.