Im using BackOffice 4.5 Windows NT 4.0 SP6, and Exchange 5.5 SP4. I do have
enough license (CAL) for my network. Hope you could help.
> You may be able to get round this by stopping and starting the license
> logging service...
> Couple of questions - Is this Small Business Server? What Service Pack and
> or clients do you have? SP3 introduced a fix for the no. of licenses /
> connections to Exchange (see http://support.microsoft.com/?id=192712) Have
> you enough licenses? A bit concerning that it reports the error as 5.0
> rather than 5.5 though...
> Hope this helps..
> Tim Coveney
> Senior Consultant
> Microsoft Services Organisation
> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
> > I encounter this error when I manually stop and start MS Exchange 5.5
> > services. The description is like this:
> > "No License was available for user <Domain>\<username> using MS
> > 5.0"
> > what does it mean? the solution that I do is only restarting the server.
> > I avoid this in the future?
> > Mark