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    Hi guys,
    i need help for a Windows 2003 Standar Edition server, that has been put in and out from a domain.
    Now, we can’ t log onto the server with Remote Desktop client.
    The server can’ t find a valide license server ( but we need to use the 5 Enteprise per device licenses , as we can do before ).
    Looking on Google and on this forum, i’ ve found some procedures to follow in order to set back from Doman to Enterprise license mode.
    But if i launch adsiedit.msc or dssite.msc i get only “domain not found/not exists” or “unspecified” errors.
    I’ ve tried also to set to Application mode with this simple configuration file:
    [Components]
    TSClients=On
    TSEnable=On
    TSKeyboardDrivers=On
    TSPrinterDrivers=On

    [TerminalServices]
    ApplicationServer=0

    executed with

    sysocmgr /i:sysoc.inf /u:file.inf
    Nothing changed?
    Any ideas?

    Thanks for support

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