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Terminal server 2008 R2 Test server licence expired after 120 days, we have just started to test it is there any way to extend the grace period for 30 days .
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You can contact Microsoft and ask them, but I believe the answer is no.  Reinstall and that can extend the license as you'll have a clean system.
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My answer was valid.  Further, even if the answer is yes, the only way it could be legally done would be to do as I stated - by CONTACTING MICROSOFT AND ASKING.
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