Hello, So, a few years ago, a friend of mine was getting rid of an old server, which I snapped up for home use, and for learning about servers. When I got it from my friend, I'm pretty sure it had some version of Windows Server 2008. I'm about to give it to a non-profit for use in a classroom/learning center. Alas, I had long since put Ubuntu Server on it and wiped the original OS. The new potential owner wants the original Windows Server installed. My question is two-fold: 1. How can I find out if there is a SLIC/SLP thingie embedded in the BIOS, and if so, for what versions of Windows it will work. and 2. Will the $OEM$ folder I use for Windows 7/8/8.1 to preactivate work the same way with Server 2008. I THINK it had 2008 SBS installed when I got it, but I don't recall for certain, and I have no clue whether it was Retail or OEM. There is no COA on the outside of the Machine. On a semi-related topic, does any version of 2008 Server have the required software and/or licenses included to work with Thin Clients via Remote Desktop? I have 3 HP t5730 clients, I believe, which run XP embedded. I could be off on the model number.