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Terminal Services temp licensing gone? server 2008

Posted on 2010-11-14
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Hi

I set up a TS gateway on a server 2008 box, i installed everything and got it going, as soon as i changed the licensing type to per user the trial license ended and now it wants me to buy  licenses, problem is the customer wants to test it before they buy.

is there a way to activate the temp license again? there were over 100 days left!

thanks
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ScooterAnderson earned 500 total points
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You should be able to just uninstall and reinstall the TS/RD Licensing on the server to set it back again.
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worked perfectly thanks
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