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W2K terminal Server Licensing Service

Posted on 2004-09-21
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Does anybody knows if there is a workaround regarding the following article published on MS Technet?

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;277917

My enviroinment has 02 DC's: 01 W2K and 01 NT 4.0.

If I migrate a W2K Terminal Server that is member of a NT 4 Domain and has the Terminal Service Licensing installed to a W2K Domain, the service stops responding... and the only way to get it work is to install this service on a DC, as the article above explains.
 
I would not like to install the Terminal Server License service on a W2K Domain Controler. Is that possible?

thanks
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No it isn't possible.  As the article states, the beharior is by design.  The TS license server needs to be installed on a win2K DC.

I know this isn't what you want to hear, but there's not much else to it.
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