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How can I revoke an issued Per Device license to make it available for a new client?

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How can I revoke a CAL to make it available for a temporary client?
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CALS (Device and User) are basically paper licenses that you need to keep on file in case of getting audited. The only time where you will enter the licenses is with Terminal Service licenses. You cannot "revoke" a CAL when you do not enter it anywhere.

If you want to be compliant and if you are using device CALS just remove on of your machines from your network.
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