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SBS 2003 Licensing problem

shard26
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We have a server with SBS 2003.  we are getting this error

"No license was available for user domain\username using product FilePrint "

We go to Server Management -> Licensing - and it says
Installed Licenses = 5
Maximum Usage = 24
Do those numbers represent people or computers?


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I also see this error:
License usage for product Windows Server is nearing the maximum number of per server licenses purchased.
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        Hi Shard26
               Please have a look at following
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;888818

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what is "fileprint"?
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    Hi shard26
        It is a service/product like fax services. And some products come with Premium edition also.
        *Check the number of installed licenses:
           Start / Manage Server / About Microsoft BackOffice Small Business Server
        *Use Regedt32 to navigate to:
            HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\LicenseInfo\FilePrint
Edit or Add Value name ConcurrentLimit, a type REG_DWORD entry, and set the data value to the number of licenses from step 1, using the Decimal Radix.
         *Use Control Panel / Services to Stop and Start the License Logging Service.

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I don't see this:
Start / Manage Server / About Microsoft BackOffice Small Business Server

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    Then please ignore that step and follow others

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this happened
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;888818

i think because the server's C drive filled up and caused the server to freak out.

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