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MSDN Magazine March 2002
I've tried upgrading the licence type from "SharePoint Server with Standard Client Access License " to Enterprise using Central Administration > Convert License Type but the field where i am supposed to write the cd-key for Enterprise
cannot be used. I click on it but i cannot write anything.
So i went to "Upgrade and Migration > Enable Enterprise Features". I select the eterprise radio button and enter the new product key. I wait for some time and then i get this error :
"An error occurred while enabling Enterprise features. Refer to the event logs on your server machines for more details. For more information on how to fix this error, refer to
Click OK to return to the SharePoint Central Administration Operations page. "
The event log reports this critical error :
The Execute method of job definition Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.Administration.SkuUpgradeJob (ID 23b1fa97-bbed-42af-b882-b4a1700fd9db) threw an exception. More information is included below.
Post setup configuration failed when attempting post setup configuration task -cmd services -ins
I would like to know, if I develop an application using Visual Studio and then run it online, do I need any type of licenses? I will pay for the hosting, is there anything else should I pay for? (Actually, I feel that to pay for hosting is fair enough and do not hope to pay for anything else!). However, I have seen some topics about licenses and I do not understand the meaning!