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Resetting Terminal Services Licenses

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I have a small network with thin clients and desktops connecting to the W2K-server through Terminal Services Cals. These are installed as Device-Cals, not as User-cals. Recently I had to replace some of the thin clients, but now those clients cannot connect to the server, because the server says all licenses are used. I guess they are somehow bound to some kind of device-ID.

Is there a way I can reset some CALs to accept the new devices, without having to reinstall everything?
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Either wait for 52 to 89 days (assuming you have had at least SP3 installed on your W2k servers before starting to connect to your TS), or call the Microsoft Clearinghouse:

How to Transfer Terminal Services CAL from One Computer to Another
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=248430

Cannot revoke Windows 2000 Terminal Services license from client
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=271245

Terminal Services Licensing Enhancements
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=287687
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