[K12OSN] crazy licensing question

Brad Johnson bjohnson at independence.k12.ia.us
Fri Dec 2 20:38:02 UTC 2005

That I understand, but based on my reading of the Microsoft licensing 
model, the client should be issued a permanent license.  If not, the 
license is a 90-day temporary license, after which time you need to 
rename the client in order for the client to be able to connect again.  
I don't want to have to do that.

Brad Johnson
Technology Director
Independence Community School District
Independence,  IA  50644
(319) 334-7405 ext 119

rmcdaniel at indata.us wrote:

>The licenses are inputed on the 2000 or 2003 server, not on the
>individual clients.
>Ronald R. McDaniel
>Conecuh County Schools
>(251) 578-7073 x26
>(251) 230-0658 cell
>rmcdaniel at indata.us
>>-------- Original Message --------
>>Subject: [K12OSN] crazy licensing question
>>From: Brad Johnson <bjohnson at independence.k12.ia.us>
>>Date: Fri, December 02, 2005 2:29 pm
>>To: "Support list for opensource software in schools."
>><k12osn at redhat.com>
>>Greetings fellow LTSPer's,
>>I've got a question for which I cannot seem to find the answer.  Here's 
>>the scenario:
>>Want to connect my LTSP clients to either a Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 
>>terminal server.  I want to purchase the licenses to make this all 
>>legal, but I cannot seem to understand how/where the license file gets 
>>saved on my LTSP server.  Is anyone successfully and legally doing 
>>this?  Thanks for any help.
>>Brad Johnson
>>Technology Director
>>Independence Community School District
>>Independence,  IA  50644
>>(319) 334-7405 ext 119
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