What is a server when using UEB resource-based licensing?
A server is a machine that you want to protect. In an environment, every server is typically installed to perform a certain role. For example, a server may be installed with Microsoft Exchange to serve as an email server, or may be installed with the SQL application for their accounting package. Machines which are installed to host virtual machines are called hypervisors (these are the ones that are licensed on a per-socket license).