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Replication of license information failed because the License Logging Service on server tempbdc.domain.com could not be contacted

Posted on 2011-03-25
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Ok here is an error that I am getting from the event viewer.
So I went through the steps of meta data cleanup and could not find any hint of this old DC

Why is the server asking for this server please help ,me

Server is server 2003 and domain level is at 2003 native. there are two DC's and they both show up in the meta data. They are both working
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The license server is configured in the Active Directory Sites and Services: right-click "License Server" in the right pane, choose Properties, and move it to the new server.
In addition, you can just disable the LLS on all your servers; it's not doing what it should and can be disabled in most environments (except SBS). The LLS is disabled by default in W2k3 and not included anymore since W2k8. Details here:
Description of the License Logging Service in Windows Server operating systems
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/824196
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Sorry it took so long I did not get a chance to get back to the customer and try the solution
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