Terminal Services Temporary Client License Expires

October 19th, 2006 - 07:34 pm ET by tractng | Report spam
Guys,

Might be a dump question, but at this point I want to make sure.


A user got this message trying to log in the terminal server from his
workstation.

Anyways, I just added 100 cal licenses (per device). I looked up the
users workstation (pc name) and it shows on the "Temporary Licenses for
Windows Server 2003 - Terminal Server Per Device CAL token" with the
expiration date of Oct. 23 at 10 a.m.


My question is once it expires, it will automatically go to the new
group of licenses that I just added?

Thanks in advance.
Tnt
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#1 Vera Noest [MVP]
October 20th, 2006 - 04:40 am ET | Report spam
Yes. And it should be issued one of your new licenses during the
next TS connection.
Starting 7 days before expiration, the client tries to renew its
license with every connection.
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wrote on 20 okt 2006:

Guys,

Might be a dump question, but at this point I want to make sure.


A user got this message trying to log in the terminal server
from his workstation.

Anyways, I just added 100 cal licenses (per device). I looked
up the users workstation (pc name) and it shows on the
"Temporary Licenses for Windows Server 2003 - Terminal Server
Per Device CAL token" with the expiration date of Oct. 23 at 10
a.m.


My question is once it expires, it will automatically go to the
new group of licenses that I just added?

Thanks in advance.
Tnt


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