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Determine how much time is remaining in RDP grace period

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I need to figure out how much time is remaining on the remote desktop services grace period.  Is there a way to see this?
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Question by:AaronGreene1906
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comfortjeanius earned 500 total points
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Did you try this
Start ------> Run --------> tlsbln.exe

or this in an elevated cmd prompt
wmic /namespace:\\root\CIMV2\TerminalServices PATH Win32_TerminalServiceSetting WHERE (__CLASS !="") CALL GetGracePeriodDays

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by:Shahnawaz Ahmed
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Dear Aaron.

Try this

Logon to your server as an administrator Start--All Programs--Accessories--Right-Click on Command Prompt and choose Run as Administrator

Enter the following command:

    wmic /namespace:\\root\CIMV2\TerminalServices PATH Win32_TerminalServiceSetting WHERE (__CLASS !="") CALL GetGracePeriodDays
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by:Philip Elder
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If still in the grace period a balloon should pop up and indicate the number of days left.

Otherwise Start --> RD Licensing ... open the Licensing server and it should prompt you.

Philip
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by:humphrey06
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I have setup a new 2012 RDS Server, have configured/activated a Licensing Server with 20 User CALS I still show 0 issued in the licensing manager.  I also show DaysLeft = 107 when I run this command.

How do I ensure that my RDS Server will not cease to work in 107 days?
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