Good day. I know that there are inconsitancies with the licensing feature of Windows server but I want to know what to do in my situation. All of our servers are Windows 2003 Server.
We have 100 Per device licenses available and we have the servers configured to accept Per device/Per User licenses and not Server licenses. I noticed that the 100 licenses had been removed after the last server restart. I readded them but the Licensing Prodecut view states that there are 0 Per server licenses purchased (correct) but -72 licenses per server reached. Under the Clients tab it states that all of my users (user name) have unlicensed usage.
Yes: simply disable the License Logging Service on all servers in your domain. As you just noticed, it never worked reliably, and Microsoft says that you can safely disable it in most environments (SBS
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