How Do Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services Licensing Work?

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What are terminal services licensing? How do Windows Server 2003 terminal services licensing work? What is the use of this?

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How Do Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services Licensing Work?

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TS Licensing which is a separate entity from the terminal server and is a low-impact service. It needs memory and a small CPU for regular operations, as well as its hard disk necessities are small, even for an important number of customers. When a terminal server is requesting a TS CAL then the license server is only active, and its effect on server presentation is very low, even in high-load situations. A Terminal Services license server is a PC which installs the TS Licensing role service.

TS Licensing supports terminal servers that run Windows Server 2008 as well as terminal servers running Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server. Install the TS Licensing role service to use TS Licensing to manage TS CALs .Open TS Licensing Manager & attach to the Terminal Services license server. Now activate the license server. Now install required TS CALs on the license server.

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