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Terminal Server Licenses

Posted on 2008-11-06
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I need to remove active directory from a terminal server in order to add it to a new sbs 2003 domain.  Will this affect the TS lisenses?  Will I have to re-install them?  Is there anything else I should consider before doing this?
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by:Tee C
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With specific regards to your TS licenses; the licenses should be installed on the TS licensing server and these wont change.
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Rob Williams earned 2000 total points
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Removing active directory will not affect the terminal server licensing. You will also have to remove the TS from the existing domain, and join the SBS domain. The steps involved in joining the SBS domain are important and slightly different than a typical Server 2003 domain. The following outlines the steps:
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by:Rob Williams
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Thanks stewartstacey.
Cheers !

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