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Error Adding Licenses Win2K3 Enterprise

Posted on 2007-12-03
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I currently have a domain with an SBS server as primary domain controller.  I am trying to move to an Enterprise solution.  I have the new Ent. server online with Exchange installed it is also another DC.  I moved a couple of test mailboxes over to the new Ent server for testing.  I purchased 20 CAL's for the server and am trying to install them.  It gives me an error stating that I don't have the proper access permissions, but I am logged in as the domain admin.  Anyone seen this before?
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I guess Microsoft's toll free support would solve your problem in few minutes
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