Terminal Server licensing

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HP DL380
Terminal Server
Terminal Server Licensing
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 SP1
We have an existing terminal server which is running the licensing server. I need to install another terminal server for a different application. Do I need to install terminal services licensing on the new server?

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 2003 SP1 HP DL 380
ASKED: September 15, 2009  8:49 AM
UPDATED: September 22, 2009  1:57 PM

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No, you should be able to use your existing licensing server for the new terminal server.

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  • Celica
    I now have 1 Terminal server which is also the terminal server license server and 1 terminal server. I have added a 15 use terminal servier cal to the license server. Does that mean that my 2nd terminal server is now licensed properly. I.E, it worn't stop working after the grace period expires? Help appreciated
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  • Fubar
    Your terminal sever should know where thte license server is. It is not wise to have multiple license servers.
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