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I have installed Windows Server 2008 Terminal Server Licensing. Under the activated server there is:

Windows 2000 server
Windows Server 2003 - Temporary

But there is no Windows Server 2008, which I was expecting.

What am I missing?
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Question by:ColinMoulder
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by:ColinMoulder
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Thanks for the quick reply.

What I am asking is that within Terminal Services Licence Manager there is no '2008 Node' that shows temporary licences. I am wondering why it is not there.
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by:Darius Ghassem
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If your current Windows 2008 Server Terminal Server connected to this licensing server? Is the Windows 2008 Server running in Application Mode?
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by:ColinMoulder
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The only element installed on the server is TS Licensing. Nothing else.
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Darius Ghassem earned 2000 total points
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Why did you install TS licensing for? You don't get temp licenses unless you have a Windows 2008 Server running in Terminal Server Application mode connected to the licensing server.
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by:ColinMoulder
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Thats what I thought, I just needed someone to confirm. I am still building 2008 Terminal Servers
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by:Darius Ghassem
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Yep that is why
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