A paravirtualized operating system is an operating system (OS) that is modified to run in a paravirtualized environment that provides a software interface to virtual machines, similar but not identical to that of the underlying hardware. In paravirtualized mode, the guest OS is explicitly ported for the para application programming interface (API)...
A client access license (CAL) is a type of license binding the licensee to a set of user terms limiting how the organization's services are used. This is typically done using software accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and a several digit license key. The end user is required to verify their CAL by transposing the license key numbers into a designated field prior to downloading the software.
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