Counting Client Access Licenses on Server

Posted on 2007-07-25
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I wondering if windows 2003 server counts the number of CALs being used?  Does this translate into the number of concurrent connection you can have on a server? Number of CALS = Number of Concurrent connections.  If CALs are being counting where is the counter, can it be viewed?  
Question by:rupspan
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    no you cannot count but all you can do is that you can open the license manager and then a look a at that. once the iicense is out no use cannot connect to domain resources or use it.

    Hope this helps
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    you have to manually put tha CAL no. in server to allow that musch connections

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