if you are referring to KB article Q239107 'Establishing Preferred Windows
2000 Terminal Servers License Server' I have already tried this. Anthing
else you can suggest. Thanks!
> Explained in details in the TechNet KB.
> There is a link to the article in the Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal
> Services Community website. That by the way is linked on the first page of
> my website. :-)
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> > Hi All-
> > I have a w2k terminal server-its been running for a while with no
> > problems-when a new machine accessed the server all went well. We then
> > to a domain environment-since that time we had no new users needed
> > the terminal server. we just had a user get a new machine which needed
> > access(via vpn) to the terminal server. While setting up i was able to
> > connect to the terminal server (pc was connected to lan) but once i
> > off the lan to the vpn connection i received the 'terminal server cannot
> > issue a client license' message on the server. I looked at my licensing
> > it was not activated-i assume because the domain controller became the
> > license server-so i called and got that straightend up and activated-i
> > added my license pack.
> > Now i get the same 'terminal server cannot issue a client license' on
> > 2nd connection i do. Meaning..i removed the registry key on the client
> > force a new license to be issued and the client connects. I then log off
> > on the next(or any thereafter) attempt to connect the 'terminal server
> > cannot issue a client license' error comes back. If i remove the
> > key i get a successful connection. The client pc shows up in my
> > a existing win2k license.
> > any ideas what is up here i am at wits end. thanks!
> > michael