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We have two license certficates for 5 licences each i.e. a total of 10 licences.  We ran into a few issues regarding the Grace Period which is now resolved. But in resolving this I managed to add a license key twice i.e. User Cal Set 2 which is referenced as Key Pack ID 4/ How do I remove this duplicate license key? How do I shorted the period a license is active for? How can I terminate a terminal session from the server?

User Cal Set 1 - Total Licences (10)  Available (10) Issue (0)
User Cal Set 2 - Total Licences (5)  Available (0) Issue (0) Key Pack ID 4
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How do I shorten the period a license is active for?

You can't.

How can I terminate a terminal session from the server?
if they are active on the server you are logged into, bring up taskmanager, select the users tab and then select the user and select disconnect.
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