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      2nd Nov 2005
Hello

In my company we ahve two servers tservices that are in load balancing. They
replicate betheween them. Our external users access the company by a Radius
server and get they remote desktop in this tservices. One of the servers are
the tservices licencing. Now we are ahving a problem, one of the tservices
are refusing connections. We think that is because he's getting old licences.
How can i delete those licences or are any other solution for this.

Thanks

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      2nd Nov 2005
Can you post the exact error message that you get when the
connection is refused?
Have you checked if there are any warnings or errors in the
EventLog on the servers?
Which OS are these servers running, Windows 2000 or 2003?
And your clients?
Are you using Windows NLB, or a 3rd party load balancer?
What is the role of the servers: are they member servers in a
domain?
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microsoft.public.win2000.termserv.apps:

> Hello
>
> In my company we ahve two servers tservices that are in load
> balancing. They replicate betheween them. Our external users
> access the company by a Radius server and get they remote
> desktop in this tservices. One of the servers are the tservices
> licencing. Now we are ahving a problem, one of the tservices are
> refusing connections. We think that is because he's getting old
> licences. How can i delete those licences or are any other
> solution for this.
>
> Thanks
>
> Best Regards

 
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