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how to add remote desktop services license in server 2008 standard

Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hi All

i have a bought 5 remote desktop services license, just wonder where i can add license key into the server 2008 standard ?

Keith
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In the server manager you need to add the rule service "Remote Destop Licensing".
In this console you can add the license. When you have add the license and activate the licenceserver you need to select it from the Terminal Server configuration. Here you can select the licenceserver wich is the local server if you have add the Remote Desktop Licensing rule on the same server.
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This should help
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Here it is : show you how to add license

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772037.aspx
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