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Hi,

I want to reassign my terminal server licenses im my company. The only way to do this according to microsoft is to uninstall the license server. My question is: Does anyone know how to uninstall the license server under Windows 2003 server?

Thanks !

.Niels.
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I've been through this a couple of times and haven't found a workaround for it yet.  The problem is that the licensing server service is tied into a particular server when it is activated through Microsoft.  It is kind of a pain to have to rebuild it from scratch each time.  On the otherhand, the Microsoft Clearing house has never given me any problems getting my licences squared away.
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