How To Find Terminal Server Licenses

We are in the process of moving a terminal server for a client from 32 bit to 64 bit OS.  They cannot seem to locate license documentation for when the original purchase was made for the CALs for RDP and Office.  We can see the counts in the reports section of Remote Desktop Services reporting but cannot seem to be able to report on the actual registration and license numbers for each instance installed.  Is there a way to pull these numbers so we can register them on to the new server?
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dstewart83161Author Commented:
This looks like it was the solution.  We've received some errors during the import process on the new server which are troubling but if we can get past them, it will have solved a major problem with this migration.
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