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Windows Terminal Server

Posted on 2006-07-09
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Greetings, The 120-day grace period on licensing for my terminal server has expired this week.  I still need this server for a couple more weeks, Is there any way for me to extend that grace period.  How about if I uninstall/reinstall the terminal server?  Thanks.
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pjedmond earned 300 total points
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If you completely re-install the server, then yes it would work....but as you have read in the licencing agreement, the 'grace period' is not to 'try out' TS, it is there as a convenience to make life easier for system admins to get used to it and configure it correctly. Legally, I believe that you are probably already obliged to register/purchase any lincences that you are using. As a result, other techniques that 'may' be available are illegal, and for us to assist you on this website would contravene our member agreement.

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by:Chaffe
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pjedmond, I'm not asking for any "get arounds" here.  I just wanted to find out if I can find a way to use the server for few more days. Since purchasing a license is the only option here.  I'll talk to my boss about getting us a license server :)
Thanks for your help.
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