Licensing Program: Enterprise Agreement No: 6565792 Include the product version (Windows Server 2019/2016), the type of license (RDS per user-CAL) and the number of licenses to be installed on the server. Volume License: This is a term used by Microsoft to describe a program for organizations that require multiple Microsoft product licenses, but do not need multiple copies of software media and documentation provided with the software. Microsoft Volume Licensing typically offers organizations lower prices, two- or three-year licensing agreements and often rights to use products that are not included in FPP (Full Packaged Product) licenses, for example. B the rights to copy the software on multiple devices. If you know that you purchased RDS-CALs for the agreement displayed in VLSC, you contacted VLSC support and/or your dealer to ask why the licenses are not displayed in VLSC? SPLA (Server Provider License Agreement): “The SPLA allows service providers and ISVs to license monthly Microsoft products authorized for a three-year contract to host software services and applications for their customers. The SPLA supports a variety of hosting scenarios that will help you deliver tailored and robust solutions to a wide range of customers. Find out more! Hello, I have a Windows 2016 server VM hosted on VMware, The additional delay of 120 days expired, so I bought 5 CAL licenses, as a number of users must connect to this VM. I followed the steps above. I activated the license server on the virtual computer, then I added the CAL licenses to the same server. Everything seemed good on the license manager with the license server enabled and 5 CAL user licenses available.
However, when I try to remotely remotely put a remote control on the VM, it means “No remote license server available to provide a license.” No licenses are available either in the diagnostic state RD / The mode of licensing for the remote desktop server is not configured / The remote session hosting server is not configured with a license server. Did I miss something obvious? I received an internal investigation, although I am not convinced of why they want to know the details (which server). We have a cluster of two servers (active/backup) on which the authentication license is configured on the main servers and backup (WS2016). A group of users (z.B. 10) initiated sessions via remote locations for the cluster, but none of the servers displays license authentication (no license is displayed as 0 in the dashboard). But meetings/connections are above. The question is how to determine which server provides which authentication license number to which user, and how to view it (not sure that the authentication license manager can do so)? Initially, 50 licenses x 4 groups (a total of 200 licenses) were configured on main servers and backup servers. It could be confusing and difficult to understand the situation. I hope that a professional administrator can advise me and appreciate your early feedback. Thank you. Please refer to your original purchase emails you received from your dealer. Did you really buy RDS CALs? If so, what volume licensing program did you purchase from? What is the number of the agreement? For RDS-CALs purchased through the volume licensing program (which I recommend), you will choose your program and then enter your contract number, authorization number, license number.