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  • Blog Post: Manual Revocation of Client Access Licenses (CALs)

    Prior to Windows Server 2008, there was no way for administrators to manually revoke issued licenses. Issued licenses would automatically expire after a random period between 52-89 days and become part of the available license pool. In some cases, an administrator might want an issued license to become...
  • Blog Post: Terminal Services Per User Licensing Usage Tracking

    Terminal Services Per User Licensing Usage Tracking Prior to "Windows Server 2008" there was no way for administrators to check the usage of Terminal Services per user licenses. Terminal Services licensing in Windows Server 2008 Beta 3 enables administrators to track the usage of Terminal Services per...
  • Blog Post: Manually Publishing and Un-publishing Terminal Server License Servers

    Terminal Servers automatically discover TS License Servers available in a deployment by querying the Active Directory Catalog for a list of license servers. This list is in the "TS-Enterprise-License-Server" object in the Catalog Server. Typically, License Servers in "Enterprise" discovery mode publish...
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