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Changing Licensing to Per Server in Windows 2003

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I installed server 2003 as Per User and needed to install as Per Server, is there any way to change the licensings to Per Server w/o haveing to reinstall from scratch?
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Moving from per server to per user is a one-way trip.

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by:Logix3
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I never moved from per server to per user, it was installed as per user. Can I do a one way to per server?
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No.

You selected it during the install, which is the same as changing it later.  It's still a one-way deal.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308597/en-us

Note the information is Red.

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