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The server is not showing up in the terminal service license list

Posted on 2011-03-15
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The on option is to connect
I want to install the licenses on this machine
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Do you have Terminal Services Licensing component installed on that server?

If so select connect and give it the local servername
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further to demazter , Add the terminal services lic component from the control panel > add and remove option and connect to licensing app from your local machine.
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I thank everybody for the instant help.
It is nice to know one can go brain dead and still survive.
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