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Co-exist of Win2k Terminal License and Win2003 Terminal License on the same Licensing Server

Posted on 2007-11-26
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I have an Window 2003 Server hosting the Window 2000 Terminal Server Licenses,
current I plan to deploy new terminal server with Window 2003.

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I wish to maintain current Window 200 Terminal Server while adding in new Window 2003 terminal server
Currently I already hosted WIN2K term server Lic on Server SRV002, can I add on Win2003 Term server licenses to SRV002 as well?
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To have WIndows 2003 TS licenses you must have a 2003 TS licensing server. It can host both 2000 and 2003 licenses. But if the licensing server is 2000, it cannot host 2003 licenses.

Claudio Rodrigues
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Windows Server - Terminal Services
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