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How to setup Terminal Services Licensing servers for redundancy

To configure Terminal Services Licensing servers for redundancy, install two Terminal Services Licensing servers with available Terminal Services CALs.

Each Terminal Services Licensing server may contain 50 percent of the CALs for load balancing within domain network. If a Terminal Services Licensing server is not available, then another Terminal Services Licensing servers take over for all license issuance. Each client will begin a license request and upgrade 7 days before the license expiration date. This should allow sufficient time to address any issues with individual Terminal Services Licensing servers.

Note: if available licenses are limited to a single licensing server that suffers an outage or all Terminal Services Licensing servers are down at the same time, clients with expired licenses will be denied access immediately, and clients with licenses expiring within 7 days will be denied access as they meet their expiration dates.

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