Windows Server 2012 R2 -- # of CALS ?

How can I easily find the below #5 and
#6 number of CALS licensed to a machine ?

Current Setup
 1. two PHYSICAL servers
 2. four total Windows 2012 R2 STANDARD HyperV machines
 3. two Windows 2012 R2 STANDARD licenses
 4. 100 Windows 2012 R2 STANDARD Core CALs
 5. ?? Remote Desktop Services (RDS) CALS
 6. ?? Active Directory Rights Management Services (RMS) CALS
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Who knows.  You haven't specified how many USERS there are - THAT'S what matters!

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finance_teacherAuthor Commented:
100 USERS per above #4
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
That wasn't a user count - that was a CAL count.

You also haven't specified (in this question) how many of your users need to access aspects of RMS or how man RDS users you have.

Remember, Microsoft licenses to the USER - the HUMAN BEING.  It doesn't matter how many hyper-V servers you have or DCs or file servers, or how many Core CALs - what matters is HOW MANY HUMAN BEINGS will be using those services.  EACH ONE needs a CAL.
finance_teacherAuthor Commented:
Correct, I am just wanting some type of way to find out how many Remote Desktop Services (RDS) CALS and Active Directory Rights Management Services (RMS) CALS are on a server we just acquired during a company purchase that has NO associated paperwork.

Any ideas on how I can find this by RDPing into the server ?
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
CALs are not "installed", they are documented.  If you didn't get any documented CALs then you effectively don't have them.  An audit will want proof you have them - you have to present proof of purchase.  Not sure if what you got counts?  Refer to my disclaimer - call Microsoft.

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