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Renaming hosntame of Windows 2008 Terminal Server

Posted on 2011-09-30
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Hey guys,

got a quick question. I installed Terminal Services on a Windows 2008 Enterprise R2 server. I activated the license server and installed the per device CAL's. But now management wishes to change the hostname of this server. Will this cause any issues because of the fact that i activated the Terminal Services License server under the original host name and installed the CAL's under the original hostname.

Please advise.
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I don't believe you will have problems on changing hostname.
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