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Log: "No license for Product SMBServer 4.0"

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"User XYZ does not have a license for the use of the Product SMBServer 4.0" (Translated from German :-)

The User can't properly logon and above error occurs in the NT-Server Eventlog when some Users try to logon to our NT-Server via their NT-Workstations.
What is the NT internal "SMBServer 4.0 Product" and how can we solve this !"$$&/ problem?
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Question by:Stoeckelmann
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by:bbao
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At first, are you sure the users indeed have license to access the server? :-)
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by:schmiegu
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Check License Manager, if you currently ran out of licenses.
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Mark Aerts earned 100 total points
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You must add NT licenses in you License Manager!
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