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- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation
How is a system defined as a server or a workstation vis-a-vis this process?
Is it possible that a registered system is being treated as a server?
If so, then is there a way to convert these entitlements to workstation entitlements?
The system will be recognized by the RHEL ISO it is installed with.
If a system is installed with a RHEL Server disc, then it will consume RHEL Server entitlement during registration
If it is installed with RHEL Workstation/Desktop then it will consume RHEL Workstation/Desktop during registration.
The release information is also in the
The entitlement is consumed according to its redhat-release.
Example: "Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.4 (Santiago)"
Conversion from one Workstation/Server/Any-version from one to another is not supported:
The current release of the system can be found in the
$ cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.3 (Santiago)
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