Spannend für einige sicherlich folgende Aussagen:
Q1 - If I have a printer that uses an IP address assigned by a router, but the drivers are deployed via a GPO...does that need a CAL?
A1 - Yes, any Windows Server access requires a Windows Server CAL. In this scenario, the printers are connecting to, and receiving benefit of, Windows Server. However, if all users who access or use that printer already have a user CAL - then you’re covered and will not need additional device CALs for the printer.
Q2 - If I have guests that come into my office an temporarily use a Windows DHCP server to grab an IP address to access the Internet, do they need CALs? I guess the takeaway is to never use a Windows DHCP server?
A2 - Yes, they are using a Windows Server service and would need a CAL.