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On Server Win 2k , in the Terminal Service Configuration , server setting such as Licensing & License Server Discovery Mode is missing . May i know how to enable it ? Am i miss out some installation window components ?
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First, I'd be remiss if I didn't point out that if you are really still running a Windows 2000 terminal server, it might be a good time to upgrade.  Windows 2000 doesn't get security updates anymore.  :-(

I suspect you don't have the Windows License server running.  You can refer to this article about setting it up: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/237811 (but if you don't already have licenses, I don't know how you'll get them.

If you are running a license server on a different box that has TS licenses, you can look at this alternate article which details how to point your TS server to that license server: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/239107
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Hi Razmus ,

Sorry for the late reply . By taking the alternative solution , i managed to point TS to the existed license server . Thanks for your advice .
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