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Moving Terminal server licence - Win2003

Posted on 2011-02-18
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I am moving users from domain A to Domain B. There used te be a terminal server with about 30 licences in the old domain.

How do I MOVE terminal server licences from Domain A to a Domain B.

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what kind licnse you oem  open ?
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You can't move TS licenses, you'll have to call the Clearinghouse with your license information at hand:
How to move Terminal Services CALs from one license server to another in Windows Server 2003 or in Windows 2000 Server
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/953918
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i moved my licenses fine, you can go online and get the server activation codes, but you do need the information that came on the order (auth number and eopen agreement i think).  to get the wizard just use the administrative tools for terminal license server and choose activate and follow the prompts
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