My sincere thanks for your reply. It is greatly appreciated.
Please address any replies to the news group. My email address is false.
> I am almost positive you do not need to obtain a CAL for windows 2000 or
> clients to connect to a Terminal Server see the following from Microsoft
> Q 244749 :
> Windows 2000 Professional or Microsoft Windows XP Professional License:
> license permits the installation of Windows 2000 Professional or Windows
> Professional, in addition to providing the legal right to access Terminal
> Services on a Windows 2000-based server. A computer that is running a
> licensed copy of Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional does
> not require a Terminal Services Client Access License.
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> > Hi all,
> > Windows 2000 Pro comes with a CAL for Windows 2000 Terminal Services.
> > this also the case with XP Professional or will it use one of the
> > available from the 2000 sever?
> > Thanks in advance. Please address any replies to the news group. My
> > address is false.
> > Bert Smith