How to setup Terminal Server Licensing?

March 15, 2011 at 15:33:23
Specs: Windows Server 2003, 1
I had recently installed windows server 2003 on my PC. I want others to be able to connect to it over the internet using remote desktop. I've set up Terminal Server and everything works fine, but it says that if I don't set up Terminal Server Licensing Server in 120 days it will stop working. I've tried to read docs but its too complicated for me. I don't understasnd what is active directory, domains, workgroups and all that stuff. I just have single PC and want my friends to be able to connect to it using remote desktop.

Can you shortly explain what I have to do to register it?


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March 15, 2011 at 17:24:18
Alwyas better to do your homework and plan a project then be surprised each step of the way.

You have to buy terminal server licenses. Google that to start. They are not cheap. But then neither is the server license/cd plus user cals [google that also because you need to pay for those also in addition to the TS licenses]

I don't think you understand what needs to be done to have users connect to your server over the internet. If you aren't willing to learn about how networking works you don't stand a chance in completing this project successfully.

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