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License Logginh Service

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When I open the Licensing from Administrative Tool, I received this error message "License Logging Service is not running on \\<servername>.domain or \\<servername>.domain is not accessible.

I did the following:-
In Active Directory Sites and Services -> Default-First-Site-Name->Right click the Licensing Site Settings -> Properties -> add in the Computer (domain controller name) and Domain.

I tried start the server, when open the Licensing from Administrative Tool again, I got the same error message as above mentioned, problem still can not solve.

I am using Per Seat license. By right I am able to open the Licensing to enter how many license I have.

Please advise.
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click start >>>run>>>services.msc>>>License Logging Service>>>start it
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Have you tried this article?
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=290616
 In Active Directory Sites and Services -> Default-First-Site-Name->Right click the Licensing Site Settings -> Properties ->here make sure that you add the DC with the FSMO role of PDC Emulator
Then run from the cmd prompt
net stop "license logging service"

net start "license logging service"
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Solved! Just start the License Logging Server...
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