Cannot find a valid Terminal services license server

We are using Terminal licensing server on Win2003 environment. Now we have installed a Terminal host server with 2008 OS and this server is unable to get the terminal license from TS license server.

Pls assist me to resolve the TS license issue
psanjoySystem AdministratorAsked:
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Dirk KotteSECommented:
Server-manager -> add role RemoteDesktopservices but select the Role-Feature "Remotedesktoplicensing" only

Start remotedesktop licensing from  "adminitstration/remoteDesktopServices" Folder.
Activate the Server online and add licenses.
Point your RDS Servers to this License-Server.

Thats all i think.
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
A server 2008 remote connection host cannot use a S2K3 licensing host it needs server 2008 licensing server and RDS cals.
psanjoySystem AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Mr David,

We have  20 users of Windows Terminal Server - User CAL 2008 also. Can I install this on Win2008 R2 server as TS licensing server and will 2003 RDS host server can validate TS license from Win2008 R2 TS Lic server?
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psanjoySystem AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Please assist me to install/configure TS license manager on Win2008 R2 server
Dirk KotteSECommented:
yes, you can host the 2003 TSCAL's and 2008 RDS-CALS at the Win2008R2 Server with TS-Licensing-server-role installed.
psanjoySystem AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Enabled the role RemoteDesktopservices and selected the Role-Feature "Remotedesktoplicensing"
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