The whole crux of my ask was - the desire to buy as few Windows Server CALs as possible.
This is unrelated to the question asked, though.
you know i have noticed you and dash really communicate differently. not good or bad, just different. then you both have trouble understanding the other. from the many threads i have read with you two, that is the common theme i have seen.
I'd assume part of it is that I am highly literal. That tends to be a root of many communications issues for me in general.
yeah i think your right you are literal. i had to adjust my communication with you. that was my fault though, i am used to having to be so unliteral with my users because i would lose them that i got into that bad habit lol. i know for me, i was not explaining my thoughts in a well laid out way and that made me harder to understand and threw you off. did i do better that time?
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