How to find - windows server 2008 License Server ID:?

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by digitalwin, Oct 31, 2011.

  1. digitalwin

    digitalwin MDL Novice

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    I have installed the Windows 2008 Server. It's fully activated, up and running. It also has 180-days of Terminal server trail running. I am following one of the thread from the forum to add CAL for Terminal server that will keep the terminal server up and running beyond 180 days. Without messing up this 180 days trial , how can I get the License Server ID so I can request some CAL from following thread? (Sorry can't post the link as I don't have 20 pasts just yet)
     
  2. JOHNNYSAL

    JOHNNYSAL MDL Novice

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    #2 JOHNNYSAL, Nov 11, 2011
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2011
    re CAL

    The standard CALs that you have allow for client computers on the network to connect to your Windows Server 2003 system for file access or authentication. Terminal Services, on the other hand, provide an entire operating system experience for a user and thus require different...and more expensive...access licenses.
    Windows Server 2003, TS Client Access License 5-pack $749 5 additional Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server (TS) CALs (User or Device, chosen at time of purchase)
    Windows Server 2003, TS Client Access License 20-pack $2,979 20 additional Windows Server 2003 TS CALs (User or Device, chosen at time of purchase)
    Good luck with your server and my condolences for the higher cost than you were expecting
     
  3. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    @JOHNNYSAL, if you do not understand the question, then please do NOT reply

    sebus