No Terminal Services license server is available in the current domain or workgroup.

Posted on 2004-11-25
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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I get the following message when trying to launch the Terminal Services Licensing console on a Windows 2003 Server as a domain controller:
"No Terminal Services license server is available in the current domain or workgroup. To connect to another license server, click License, click Connect, and then type the server name."
When I try to connect to license server manually according the message bellow, I connect to it without any specification or typing.

File and Print sharing is enabled. System shares are on. Discovery proccess is overriding according Q279561.
Any other ideas? Thanx.
Question by:jakuko
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Is the override correct, if so are you using netbios names and if so can you resolve the netbios name?

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"ServerName"="" is a localhost

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Only reinstallation of licensing terminal server helped me....:))
And it is solved now.

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