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Posted on 2004-04-14
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I re installed my exchange 2000 server

Now it says I am out of licences......

Yet i know i have licences untill december 2004, at least my certificate says so . How do i install the previous licences I had. without buying new licences

I dont have any file with me currently for licences except the certificate.

urgent please help.  before my server goes down.

Elvis
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Guys please respond to me
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The problem is that all the license have been used up by users.

On the domain controller of your network go to the Licence manage MMC  - in there you should see Exchange licenses and the users assigned to those licenses. See if any old users exist or any dummy accounts are there. Simply click on the user's name and hit remove.
That frees up the licence.

Easy.
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