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Where to  install SBS 2011  CAL's

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Hi Experts,

I called Microsoft and speand 1 hour but no outcome!

Well..I recently migrated to SBS 2011 from SBS 2003. I am getting alert that I have exceeded my user limit. I have got 65 CAL's licence to install or add in SBS 2011 but I can't find out where it would go!


Please help.

Thank you
Vijay
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Pete Long earned 1000 total points
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You dont install CALS on SBS 2011 - its done on trust now

http://titlerequired.com/2011/07/26/how-to-install-sbs-2011-cals/
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Might you have reached/exceeded your limit of 75 users or devices?
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by:Vijaytyagi
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PeteLong....
Thanks very much...! I spend hour's on SBS 2011 to find where to activate licence..but no option.
Even nothing on google search!!!

250 point to you... :-)
and thank you very much for your help.

Regards
Vijay
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Thanks for the link.
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