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View and/or extract CAL numbers from Server 2003 standard r2

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I am about to do some work on an old server and I want to be able to extract the CAL data in case a rebuild is needed. What is the process for doing so? The licensing service is currently not running.
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You will need your invoice from microsoft licensing.
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