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  • Blog Post: Windows MultiPoint Server application compatibility information now available

    Last September we blogged about the Remote Desktop Services Community Verified Application Compatibility Center that contains application compatibility information for products tested with Remote Desktop Services. We are now pleased to announce this update: the community verified site now contains application...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Terminal Services Licensing for Longhorn? Part 6

    Requesting Beta CALs To try out the Beta versions of TS Licensing you do not need to purchase CALs from Microsoft. Instead, you can install test license codes from Microsoft so that you can install Windows Server “Longhorn” beta CALs on a Windows Server “Longhorn” beta license server. To request such...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Terminal Services Licensing for Longhorn? Part 5

    WMI Providers for administration With Longhorn, we added support for WMI providers for Terminal Services Licensing. With the use of these WMI providers, administrators can now script tasks that were in the past available only through the UI. Some of the capabilities that the WMI providers expose...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Terminal Services Licensing for Longhorn? Part 4

    Diagnosing issues in the Licensing environment Prior to Longhorn, there was no easy way to see which License Servers a Terminal Server would contact and whether those License Servers had enough CALs available for consumption. If connections got denied, it was neither easy to find out where the...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Terminal Services Licensing for Longhorn? Part 3

    Improvements to the License Manager User Interface to easily spot configuration issues When you are setting up a license server in the Domain or Enterprise mode, you could run into configuration errors. Currently there is no easy way to find such errors. With the improvements we have made to License...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Terminal Services Licensing for Longhorn? Part 2

    Support for manual revocation of licenses Earlier, it was not possible to revoke a license issued to a client. Issued licenses would automatically expire after a random period between 52-89 days and become part of the available license pool. Some customers wanted to have the ability to revoke a license...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Terminal Services Licensing for Longhorn? Part 1

    Terminal Services Licensing in Longhorn Beta 3 has several new features that will enable better deployment and management of Licensing environments. We addressed several customer requests in this new release of Longhorn such as per-user tracking and reporting, manual revocation of licenses, better diagnostics...
  • Blog Post: Resources for diagnosing TS Licensing Problems

    If you have deployed Terminal Server Licensing and are running into any issues with it, most likely they will be due to Client connection failures, license server activation failures, license issuance and upgrade problems. In this article, we discuss some of the categories of problems that could occur...
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