Where to verify if we have installed sufficient terminal service CALs on a 2012R2 server ?

In the old 2003 terminal servers, I remember there are T/S Manager and T/S Licensing where you can enter the CAL licensing and manage if you have sufficient licenses or not. But now on 2012R2, I don't see them. I remember there is a change between the versions. Can you educate me please?
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ITSysTechSenior Systems AdministratorCommented:
In server 2012, Remote Desktop Management Server (RDMS) replaces all four snap-ins used to manage remote desktop services and terminal services in previous versions of Windows server.

You will now use Remote Desktop Management Server (RDMS). You can get to it by installing Remote Server Administration Tools .

Remote Server Administration Tools
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
CALs are assigned to Human Beings or devices (depending on which you purchase).  CALs are not concurrent.  This is like Windows User or device CALs.  You document who has them to know if you're covered.
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