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We have two domains (Domain A and Domain B) but want to use one terminal server license server. The TS license server is configured as an Enterprise license server on Domain A.

When trying to point the TS server from Domain B to use Domain A's license server an error is popping up saying it's not a valid Windows Server 2003 TS License server. However this error only happens on Domain B. Any TS servers from Domain A can connect to the license server fine.

Does domain B need to be configured as a trusted domain for this to work? What would prevent Domain B from using the license server on Domain A?
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yes, you are correct.  I would have to be trusted domain to work.
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thanks
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