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To assign the site license server role to another server or domain controller, click Change and select the desired computer. To retain the licensing history for your enterprise, you must, immediately after transferring the role, stop the License Logging service on the new license server, then copy the following files from the old to the new licensing server:
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%Systemroot%\System32\Cpl.cfg contains the purchase history for your organization. %Systemroot%\Lls\Llsuser.lls contains user information about the number of connections. %Systemroot%\Lls\Llsmap.lls contains license group information.
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After all files have been copied, restart the License Logging service.
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After you have identified the site license server for a site, you can view the licensing information on that server, opening Licensing from the Administrative Tools program group. The Server Browser tab in Licensing (as shown in Figure 9-12) enables you to manage licensing for an entire site or enterprise.
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Lesson 3
Administering Software Licenses
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Figure 9-12
The Server Browser tab of the Microsoft Licensing administrative tool
The Server Browser page of Licensing allows you to manage any server in any site or domain for which you have administrative authority. You can locate a server and, by right-clicking it and choosing Properties, manage that server s licenses. For each server product installed on that server, you can add or remove per-server licenses. You can also, where appropriate, convert the licensing mode. Remember that per-server licensing mode issues a license when a user connects to the server product. When a user disconnects from the server product, the License Logging service makes the license available to another user. The server properties also allow you to configure license replication, which can be set on a server using its Licensing properties in Control Panel. By default, license information is replicated from a server s License Logging Service to the site license server every 24 hours, and the system automatically staggers replication to avoid burdening the site licensing server. If you want to control replication schedules or frequency, you must manually vary the Start At time and Start Every frequency of each server replicating to a particular site license server. To manage Per Device or Per User licensing, click Licensing from the Administrative Tools program group, then choose the New License command from the License menu. In the New Client Access License dialog box, select the server product and the number of licenses purchased. Licenses are added to the pool of licenses. As devices or users connect to the product anywhere in the site, they are allocated licenses from the pool, with one license for each device or user. After a pool of licenses is depleted, license violations occur when additional devices or users access the product. The Purchase History tab in Licensing (as shown in Figure 9-13) provides a historical overview of licenses purchased for a site, as well as the quantity, date, and administrator associated with the addition or removal of licenses.
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Figure 9-13
The Purchase History tab of the Microsoft Licensing administrative tool
To view cumulative information about licensing and compliance, click the Products View tab. This tab shows how many licenses have been purchased and allocated to users or devices (in Per Device or Per User mode) or the number of licenses purchased for all servers in the site and the peak connections reached to date (in Per Server mode). You can also determine compliance using the licensing status symbols shown in Table 9-2.
Table 9-2
Licensing Status Symbols
Licensing Status The product is in compliance with legal licensing requirements. The number of connections is less than the number of licenses purchased.
Symbol
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The product is not in compliance with legal licensing requirements. The number of connections exceeds the number of licenses purchased.
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The product has reached the legal limit. The number of connections equals the number of licenses purchased. If additional devices or users will connect to the server product, you must purchase and log new licenses.
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