Please give me an explanation of Terminal Per Device Licensing.
I installed Terminal Server & Terminal Server License on the same computer.
I activated the Terminal Server License with 4 Per Device CAL.
After that, every time I log on Terminal Server, choose Terminal Server Licensing ( Admin tool), a message box showed that :
No Terminal Server license server is available in the current domain or workgroup. To connect to another license server, click Action, click Connect, and then type the
I chose Connect and input the name of this server, after the connection, I could see it was activated.
—-> Why ???? Must I move this Terminal Server License Server to Terminal License Servers built-in group in the Domain ?
And there’re 3 branches :
+ Existing Windows 2000 Sever-Terminal Services CAL Token ( per device ) ( Type: Built-in, Total : Unlimited, Available : Unlimited, Issued : 0 ).
+ Temporary Licenses for Windows Server 2003-Terminal Sever Per Device CAL Token ( Type : Temporary, Total : -, Available :-, Issued : 15 ).
There’re 15 issued license with the expiration date.
+ Windows Sever 2003-Terminal Server Per Device CAL Token ( Type : Open, Total : 4, Available là 0, Issued : 4).
There’re 4 issued license with the expiration date. It’s strange because we bought 4 Per Device CAL.
Thanks in advance for any explanation.
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