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Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center- How do I get and install my Windows Remote Desktop Services - User CAL for my Windows 2000 TS

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I am finding the Licensing a bit confusing and convulated. I purchased 5 Cals (Windows Remote Desktop Services - User CAL) for a Windows 2000 Terminal Server. I can see the license relationship summary and license summary under the "License" menu, but what do I do from here? How do get (not sure what to get) and where do I install it on my Windows 2000 Terminal server to add 5 user cals?
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You have to start/install the TS licensing manager once activated you can add your CALS..
FYI, Windows Server 2000 is an unsupported product and has passed end of life as of July 13, 2010.  

It is a security risk to use this product.
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ve3ofa. Thanks for the info, but this answer is less than half that I need and I also need more detailed instuctions. How do I obtain my "license" after I purchased it in the Volume Licensing Service Center
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