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Can you sell terminal services licenses to another organization?

Posted on 2004-04-15
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We have upgraded our environment to server 2003.  We currently own a whole bunch (over 100) TS Cals for Win2k.  These licenses are useless in the new environ.  Is it legal to sell licenses of this type?  What is the best way to go about it, ebay?
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Hi IDPInc,
Yes you can if they are sold with the original LIC sticker. Ebay is a good choise..

Mattis
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