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Easiest way to add extra cals from license-only pack to Windows 2003 Std Server with 10-Users

Posted on 2009-05-10
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I am running WIndows 2003 Server Std. Ed. with 10-Users. If I ourchase a 20-User license-only Cal pack - what's the easiet way to add  the cals as I don't have access to a license server.
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Just keep the licenses safe, so that you can prove you're complying with the EULA; there is no need to enter those licenses anywhere.
Server CALs are only enforced on SBS, the license logging service is disabled by default in W2k3 and not included in W2k8 anymore.
Description of the License Logging Service in Windows Server operating systems
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/824196
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