We have an issue getting 3 Terminal servers to connect to a single license server.
3 offices connected by VPN.
All 3 servers can see each other and ping each other.
SITE 1 - 2008 R2 Server with TS Licensing installed - 10 user ts
SITE 2 - 2008 R1 Server with TS server installed only
SITE 3 - 2008 R1 Server with TS server installed only
SIte1 is perfect...no problem with multiple sessions open and licensing is working perfectly
Sites 2 and 3 simply will not connect to the licensing server. The goal is to share the 10 rdp ts licenses between all 3
I made the registry entry as recommended on sites 2 and 3 with the parameters key "LicenseServers" and made the key "192.168.100.15" which is the master license server at site 1
In TS config it will show you the discovered server above and its 10 cals etc
Why wont these 2 sites use that server? I tried installing TS licensing role on all 3 sites...then thought perhaps it was only to be installed at Site 1 the other 2 simple TS server?
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