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Remote Desktop for Administration Problem

 
 
Brad
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      5th Sep 2003
We had originally installed terminal services on our production web
servers (Server 2003). After the trial expired I needed to set them for
remote desktop for administration so I removed terminal services and
turned on remote desktop. Now I am getting the following error when
trying to connect from my client:

The remote session was disconnected because the local computer's client
access license could not be upgraded or renewed. Please contact the
server administrator.

I can connect from other machines, but not mine. There should be no
licensing since I am now doing this through remote desktop. Does anybody
know how to fix this?
 
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stevta [MSFT]
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      5th Sep 2003
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSLicensing\Store
Remove the licenses from this registry key and try to
connect again.
Steve
>-----Original Message-----
>We had originally installed terminal services on our

production web
>servers (Server 2003). After the trial expired I needed

to set them for
>remote desktop for administration so I removed terminal

services and
>turned on remote desktop. Now I am getting the following

error when
>trying to connect from my client:
>
>The remote session was disconnected because the local

computer's client
>access license could not be upgraded or renewed. Please

contact the
>server administrator.
>
>I can connect from other machines, but not mine. There

should be no
>licensing since I am now doing this through remote

desktop. Does anybody
>know how to fix this?
>.
>

 
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Brad
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      5th Sep 2003
In article <205a01c373b8$15894440$(E-Mail Removed)>,
http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/(E-Mail Removed) said...
> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSLicensing\Store
> Remove the licenses from this registry key and try to
> connect again.
> Steve
> >-----Original Message-----
> >We had originally installed terminal services on our

> production web
> >servers (Server 2003). After the trial expired I needed

> to set them for
> >remote desktop for administration so I removed terminal

> services and
> >turned on remote desktop. Now I am getting the following

> error when
> >trying to connect from my client:
> >
> >The remote session was disconnected because the local

> computer's client
> >access license could not be upgraded or renewed. Please

> contact the
> >server administrator.
> >
> >I can connect from other machines, but not mine. There

> should be no
> >licensing since I am now doing this through remote

> desktop. Does anybody
> >know how to fix this?


You 'da man.
 
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      18th Sep 2007
hai ur suggestion worked out for me,if you have any other tips and solution for ms problem pls tell me i will contact you at the time of needy..
 
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      25th Nov 2009
Great! This info was very useful

Thanks a lot..
 
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