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how many user licences installed on server 2000

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How do I find out how many user licences I have currently installed on server 2000 small business.  I am able to find out what computers are attached to the server but not how many are allowed.  

Is there server itself counted as one user licence?
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 125 total points
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Please see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/296052

The server itself is not a client, so therefore is not counted in your CALs.

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SBS 2000 requires a server license

It should have a default of 5 CALs so its ---> 5

If you need more, you should add those CALs ... it comes in 5's

u can check the number of CALs in your Server Management Wizard ...

click on licenses ... it should display the number of licenses installed in the server
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