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Installing Terminal Server Licenses

Posted on 2006-10-24
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I am running a 2003 server with Citrix Access Essentials.  I am attempting to install the Terminal Server Licenses that I have but when I right click on the active server in Terminal Server Licensing I receive the following error message:  Customer information is missing or corrupt.  Please enter all required information using the Properties dialog.  
I have checked and even reentered the information on the Required Information Tab.  But I still get the error.  What can I do to be able to enter the licenses in to Terminal Services?
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Well, you could go into Add/Remove Programs -> Windows Components and remove TS Licensing.  Then reboot the machine, re-add the component, re-activate your server, and see if it will let you load your TCALs.  
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Thank you I will try that tomorrow.
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That did work.  Boy do I feel stupid.  I will get you the points.
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