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Aug 07, 2018 - 09:08 PM
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But Visual Studio is licensed by User not by Installation so aside from spotting the licensable bits (Pro, Enterprise, Ultimate, Premium, Team are a good start) - you then have to identify access via multiple devices and also server based access. Developer might have 2 laptops, 1 desktop, and 3 VDI desktops, plus access to 14 developer servers. If they have installed Visual Studio Pro on all of these - its still one license. If they access and work on a Sharepoint Server in a developer area then they would need Visual Studio Enterprise/MSDN.not Pro.
Business goal - keep all your VS in a controlled area, DEV specific Clusters are a great idea and helps control access and management. - also use Wiki for editions list!