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Posted on 2004-04-10
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I recently bought a copy of windows 2003 Small business server. After installing it in a small LAN workgroup environment, the customer called me back and told me it shut down. Upon investigation, I've determined that it is requiring it join a domain. This is not what the customer needs or wants. So, now I need to sell it to someone else.  How do I transfer the license since I did register it online?
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Easy, just contact Ms either on the license web site or by phone and ask for the license nomber to be unregister to that company's name. They will asked you for some info (like why, company address & details).

Check on the MS web site for a local Ms Licensing contact number.

Look on this page for contact details:
http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/default.mspx
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