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Hello,
I have win 2003 setup to be a Terminal Server. I have also installed a M$ Terminal Server licensing on another win 2003 server, this is not a DC, nor is the Terminal Server.

For one reason or another, the licensing server is NOT releasing CAL's to my remote users. I still see 15 of 15 available.

Is there anything I can configure or look at as to why they are not being released.

And on a flip not, we have three users that complain they are getting kicked off the server automatically. Now all three of these users are on a wireless home network. If for some reason they lose connection with their home wireless network, will the TS server boot them? Is there a timeframe?

Thanks,
Nick
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The idle and disconnection timeouts can be set to whatever threshold you need as well:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/186566/EN-US/

Hope this helps
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