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When is the Terminal server license server contacted by a Citrix client and server.

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Currently I have unlimited Terminal server licenses on a domain controller (windows 2000) that is due to be decommisioned.  The appropriate number of windows 2003 Terminal Server CALs are active on a Windows 2003 Domain Controller, will we run in problems by just decommisioning the Windows 2000 Terminal Server Licensing server or will the Windows 2003 server just take over?  Do we need to point the Citrix license server to the 2003 domain controller?
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The Terminal Service CAL is only used by the Presentation Server.
You may need to point the Presentation servers to the new Terminal Server License Server.
Section 8 of the following article:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/techinfo/overview/quickstart.mspx
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Stu
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