LaserWriter is a family of laser printer designed for Apple and Macintosh computers. It was released in 1985 and was very similar to HP's LaserJet, using the same Canon CX printing engine. LaserWriters offer fast printing, Ethernet connectivity, high resolution and excellent color output. Apple discontinued the LaserWriter printer in 1997.
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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