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I am currently working on a Windows Server 2k3 Standard edition SP3 and have been getting the "LicenseService" error. Event ID 202. I have gone into Licensing and have attempted to add licenses. But, the following day the licenses appear to be wiped out from the Purchase History tab. There are 24 users that login to the server via terminal services and all of them are counted under the Unlicensed Usage column on the Clients tab.

What can I do to get this event error to go away?

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You have insured that the server has enough CALs installed and that it can talk to the TS licensing server to read the TS CALs as well?  What methodology are you using to install your licenses?

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