Windows Server 2008/R2 Terminal Server Licensing

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  1. turningfish

    turningfish MDL Novice

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    #221 turningfish, Jan 9, 2013
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    What is new? Even if you get per user license that is still tied to a computer and blah blah...very messy type of licensing. Thanks for the info.
     
  2. teleport7

    teleport7 MDL Novice

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    #222 teleport7, Mar 8, 2013
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  3. hamed_forum

    hamed_forum MDL Novice

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    i like instal and run for 100 user in winodws 2008 r2
    i cant find how to patch my windows treminal serice is work?
     
  4. esht megahed

    esht megahed MDL Novice

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  5. mbaba

    mbaba MDL Novice

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    RE_ esht megahed

    Still interested in your license, is now ready, pm to get it...100 device windows 2008 server.
     
  6. ilgio

    ilgio MDL Novice

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    Help me
    I heve windows server 2008 r2 Enterprise
    and i want use 3 user for terminal server

    How to do?
     
  7. mbaba

    mbaba MDL Novice

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    @ ilgio, pls post your license server code or you can post you oem bin activation code. that way you can get your rd cals
     
  8. aligator007

    aligator007 MDL Novice

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    Hi guys,

    i am new to this forum with registration though have been browsing since very long.

    I have done the do it your self process on my server and it was successful, though my server was already genuinely activated. I just wanted to know if i can activate the CAL's on my other servers which are either in 180 days trial mode or activated using KMS or MAK, or any other method of activation. I have read that windows activated/cracked using removeWAT method does not allow this CAL activation. is that Right?

    Any help in this would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks and Regards,
     
  9. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    I would expect that KMS activated one would be perfectly fine, as that is the standard method for enterprise activation

    sebus
     
  10. msalehi

    msalehi MDL Novice

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    I use windows multipoint server 2012 and I need two CALs: 1. windows multipoint server CAL and 2.windows server CAL, I use any way in this thread but I have no solution. anybody can help me? my window is activated with Microsoft Toolkit 2.4.3 (get from this forum)
     
  11. supersonic

    supersonic MDL Novice

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  12. hat04

    hat04 MDL Novice

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    Is there any way to make TS VDI licence server work?

    Thanks in advance
     
  13. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    No, tried before, does not work
     
  14. anthonyinit

    anthonyinit MDL Novice

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    #239 anthonyinit, Jul 20, 2013
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    I have setup my new server with windows server 2008 Standard select "per user" but i have not activated the server yet is it possible to get 100 - 150 license? kindly reply me back

    Thank you

    I read the post but there is a issue cuz it says to select "Per Device" but i have already selected "Per user" so is this gonna be a problem :)
     
  15. fernando_ccs

    fernando_ccs MDL Novice

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    #240 fernando_ccs, Aug 6, 2013
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    I researched this for months, and finally I have a solution:

    Use Windows Server 2012 Retail version NOT the Volume License (VL) one.
    Does not matter if is Standard, Datacenter or whatever.

    What really matters is the Windows PID. The Windows PID feeds the Terminal Services License ID.

    ALL the VL editions of Server 2012 have the same PID. Result: ERROR 800 when generating the CALs.

    Based on that, to have a fully working Remote Desktop Services in Server 2012 do the following:

    1) Install Windows Server 2012 non-VL version.
    You can use the MSDN version: en_windows_server_2012_x64_dvd_915478.iso. The non-VL version asks for a Serial Number. Search the web for your desired edition.

    ** AFTER INSTALLATION DO NOT ACTIVATE YET**

    2) Install the Remote Desktop Services role with “Session Host” and “Licensing” role services. Reboot the server.

    3) Open “Remote Desktop Licensing Manager”, right click on your server, click “Activate Server”. Use “Automatic Connection” and fill the required fields.
    Start the license installer. On “License Program” choose “Select License”. Use the Agreement Number 6565792. “License type” and “Quantity” is on your choice.

    4) Open “Local Group Policy Editor” (gpedit.msc) and go to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Remote Desktop Services -> Remote Desktop Session Host -> Licensing.

    In “Use the specified Remote Desktop license server”, enable it and set “127.0.0.1” in options. Click OK.

    In “Set the Remote Desktop licensing mode”, enable it (if not) and set “Per device” or “Per user”, based on license type set in Step 3. Click OK.

    Activate with Microsoft Toolkit

    All done. Have fun.