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Need vbscript to read license use on server (microsoft licenses, 20 users etc)

Posted on 2008-10-13
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Hi!

You all know the licensemanager on the windows server, well, i need to automate that so i can get a report stating the amount of licenses on the machine and the amount really used! (if you have a win2003 for terminal and exchange, i would see the terminal server licenses and the exchange licenses)

Is that easy to create for you wizzkids?
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by:richardmclarney
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For license management without speading a fortune I use a product called Product Key Explorer http://www.nsauditor.com/product_key_finder.html. It will do servers and workstations.

Regards
Richard
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by:Dutchict
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Hi, i don't need to know the key's, i have some scripts for that. This is more about microsoft CAL's , licences to connect to a server. But thanks for your help tho :)
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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You can use SpiceWorks for this.  It's free and does a bunch more as well.  www.spiceworks.com

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