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    Hi,

    I am running Standard 2012R2 two node cluster of hyper-v.Aware of the fact that can run 2 vm per node inside for free or can also downgrade rights.
    We already have one separate 2008R2 Standard edition license with us having 50 cals.My question is if can I run this as guest OS inside hyper-v cluster of 2012.I think yes.
    If that is true what is going to happen in case of HA and Live Migration.If one host goes down,will the remaining host in cluster (where 2008R2 VM) will move going to be licensed separately or does it going to get inheritance from parent 2012R2 standard license.
    I am one hand breaking inheritance at Node1 and expecting to be followed on other,which is conflicting.
    I have doubts hence thought of having opinion of experts.
    Only cost saving we looking by saving the cost for 50 cals.

    Regards,
    Sushil

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