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Remote Desktop License Server specification changes

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I have been having an issue with employees getting an error "No terminal license servers available to issue a license" or something like that.

When I check the server it does have a license server specified but its pointing to the old license server. I change it and a day or so later it reverts back. Whats going on with that?
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by:Dirk Kotte
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possible GPO settings?
try "gpresult -h gporesults.htm"
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Definitely check the GPO, but also check your DNS records for your licensing server.  You may still have the old record in DNS.

Coralon
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