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Terminal server license

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Hi Friends

I Installed terminal server on one of our servers, I want to know how to check the number of days remaining for the license.

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by:Jay_Jay70
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count back from180 :) when you did the initial install - you talking about installing terminal server in app mode or just using rdp
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I dont know the period, thats way I need a way.

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inbarasan earned 84 total points
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/317592

You may use Lsreport.exe tool to find the same. Check whether it helps
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Isnt it 120 days now???  usually when you log on that bubble appears telling you how many days remaining, or maybe this happens when you get closer to dday.
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by:jGams
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christophermagee is right, its 120 days.  Check your event log (under admin tools, event viewer) for entries relating to terminal service, it will tell you when the service was installed, and when it will expire.
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ha! my bad of course it is, i was thinking of your windows eval **grin**
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