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It’s the server edition that’s aimed at small businesses, with support for 25 users and 50 devices maximum. Microsoft recommends using Windows Server 2016 Essentials for organizations that previously used its Windows Server 2012 Foundation edition. Microsoft stopped carrying a Foundation edition with the rollout of its newest Windows Server product line.
Microsoft is switching to core-based licensing for the Standard and Datacenter editions of Windows Server 2016. However, the Essentials edition follows the older processor-based licensing model, along with the Multipoint Premium Server and the Storage Server editions.

Organizations don’t need to buy Client Access Licenses (CALs) with the Essentials and Storage Server editions. However, Windows Server CALs need to be purchased when licensing the Standard and Datacenter editions of Windows Server 2016.
There are three new Essentials features. First, the Essentials edition integrates with Azure Site Recovery Services, which assures that operations will continue should an Essentials virtual machine experience some sort of failure.
Next, organizations can tap the Azure Virtual networking service, which lets organizations manage Azure resources as if they were on the local network.
Lastly, Essentials has options for large deployments, including support for ”multiple domains” and ”multiple domain controllers.” Organizations also can specify the domain controller to be used with the server.
It’s possible to migrate domains from older Small Business Server installations when upgrading to Windows Server 2016 Essentials.

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