terminal server 2003 licence

Posted on 2011-10-03
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I have 2x terminal servers. Today login page says no licens .

How can i check how many licenses i have? and whta can i do ?

pls help
Question by:orkinos
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    Click on Start.> Goto Programs.> Goto Administrative Tools.> Select Terminal Server Licensing.> Right click on All Servers (in the left hand side pane).>  Select Connect. > Enter your server name "HOSTNAME" (without quotes) > Click OK.
    You will find your server under All Servers,  select your Server, you will find the Number of Licenses on the right hand side pane.

    More info Terminal Server Licensing

    Abhijit Waikar.

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