Changing to Per User licensing in 2003

I just purchased a per user TS2003 license - 5 users - I installed it and now it shows.  I changed my Licensing method to Per User -

I noticed that my machine - remote admin over the internet said I had 1 more day till it expired - I logged back in after the change - still had only 1 day......  I logged in with a different machine - it incremented the "temporary licenses" - looks like it still issued a temp. license for the per device - no change in the per user count??   When my users expire form their temp. license in 2 days - is it going to work?  Are their issues with this method I need to know about?  My guess is they are not going to work and I've got to do something???

Any thoughts ?


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Where did you install the TS License? Same server different server?

You will need to point you Terminal Server to the Terminal Server license server. Use the following link to configure.  I use the registry section.

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