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Exchange 2010 SP1 Collect Organizational Health

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I have an Exchange 2010 SP1 server, every so often when I check the CAL's in the organization (EMC > Microsoft Exchange On-Premises ...) I would get the correct reading. e.g. Standard CAL 703
Enterprise CAL 17

However when checking recently, both CAL's are exactly the same.... they both have a total of 720.

Is there a script or command I can run to see what the true figure is? or is there a manual way to run commands to see which features are enabled to show the true number of CALs?

Your help is most appreciated.
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 300 total points
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That feature is unreliable and therefore cannot be depended on.
The same would go for any script, due to the way that the features that could be covered are reported. It doens't have any effect on the operation of the server.

Exchange 2010 SP1 is now unsupported, so you should upgrade to SP2 or SP3 as soon as possible.

Simon.
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Upgrading to the latest Service Pack will fix the issue, but also you can manually run commands to get mailboxes that use Enterprise features which will give you the correct figure of how many Enterprise licenses you are using.
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