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CAL for Windows Server 2008 in a Terminal Server environment

I need product keys for Terminal Server Windows Server 2008 access (CALs)
under MSDN - TSLM Service said they cannot provide product keys for the
Sep 24 '08 #1
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Hi Antje,

As for windows teminal service licensing info, here are some web reference
on this:

#Changes to Windows Server 2008 Terminal Server Licensing (Part 1)


Also, I suggest you try posting in the windows server or terminal service
newsgroup as there are more IT pro guys may provide more information on

#Newsgroups Terminal Services

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