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How to add addition licenses to secondary controller

Posted on 2008-10-23
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We currently have Server 03(standard) as the primary server. This server will be demoted after everything is transferred to new Small Bis. Server 03. But, for now we added the SMB to the domain for replication. Everything works fine. My question is how do I add my additional licenses to the secondary controller. We purchased additional licenses because SBS will be the only server running after we remove the Server 03.
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do you mean CAL (Client Access License)?
If so, Administrative Tools -> Licensing.
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by:stcomputers
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Yes, we have device CALs. Would I have to do this from the Primary Server 03 or the new SMS? Am I understanding correctly that only one can issue out the licenses?
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Well. Every server should have it's own CALs (except Web version)
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Okay, thank you.
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