Licensing problems on a Windows 2000 Server

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by gregb369, Oct 31, 2003.

  1. gregb369

    gregb369 Guest

    These 2 servers (server A and server B) are both Windows 2000 Servers on the
    same Active Directory. Server B is running Exchange 2000. The Licensing on
    that server shows licenses that have been allocated for users. The problem
    is that if you add purchased licenses to that server, they do not show up
    under purchase history. Nothing is showing up under purchase history. No
    matter what licenses you add. However, whatever ever purchases you add
    there do show up under purchase history on server A. Lately, some users
    have been denied access to log on and to sign on to their Outlook. Which
    may or may not be related. I tried resetting both servers by stopping the
    Licensing service and renaming cpl.cfg and llsuser.lls. That did not help.
    I also did a dcdiag and that shows that both servers are replicating fine.
    Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Greg
     
    gregb369, Oct 31, 2003
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