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Seagull License server and Bartender are on the same Windows 2003 Server which has CITRIX Presentation Server 4.5 loaded. Bartender and Seagull are using port 5161. Bartender does not see Seagull License server. I've tried using the IP address, the host name and localhost.

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SAP with Ncomputing, its works?


It should work fine. As long as the SAP client is 'multi-user' aware then you're good to go. One 'acid test' is to see if the SAP client will work on a Terminal Server or a Citrix Presentation server and in this case it does. The NComputing solution, conceptually at the application layer, behaves much like TS or Citrix, thus looking for those solutions is what you'll need to know for NComputing. Here is the website I found about how to setup specific INI files for Citrix to get the SAP client working. My recommendation would be to test as is out of the box with two NComputing seats, simultaneously. If that fails, then try the suggestions on this website: http://community.citrix.com/display/adi/SAP+GUI+7.10+on+Citrix+Presentation+Server.

Aug 16, 2011 | NComputing L230 Network Terminal

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Hello, How can we revoke Temporary TS per Device CALS in Windows server 2008? Thanks.


hi there,

When a terminal server is configured to use Per Device licensing mode, and a client computer or device connects to a terminal server for the first time, the client computer or device is issued a temporary license by default. When a client computer or device connects to a terminal server for the second time, if the Terminal Services license server is activated and enough TS Per Device CALs are available, the license server issues the client computer or device a permanent TS Per Device CAL. If the license server is not activated or does not have any TS Per Device CALs available, the device will continue to use the temporary license. The temporary license is valid for 90 days. A permanent TS Per Device CAL issued by a license server is configured to automatically expire after a random period between 52 and 89 days, at which time the TS Per Device CAL will return to the pool of available TS Per Device CALs on the license server.
In some circumstances, you might want or need to return a TS Per Device CAL that has been issued back to the available pool on the license server before the automatic expiration period has been reached. For example, you might want to do this if the client computer or device is no longer a part of your environment.

In Windows Server 2008 you can revoke a TS Per Device CAL by using the TS Licensing Manager tool.

In Windows Server 2008 you can only revoke a TS Per Device CAL. You cannot revoke a TS Per User CAL.

After you have revoked the TS Per Device CAL, that TS Per Device CAL will be immediately available to be issued to another client computer or device. Revocation is not a substitute for ensuring that you have enough TS Per Device CALs to support your environment.

You can only revoke up to twenty percent of the number of TS Per Device CALs of a particular version installed on your license server. For example, if there are 100 Windows Server 2003 TS Per Device CALs installed on the license server, you can only have 20 of those Windows Server 2003 TS Per Device CALs revoked at any given time. If you also have 200 Windows Server 2008 TS Per Device CALs installed on the license server, you can revoke up to 40 of those Windows Server 2008 TS Per Device CALs in addition to the Windows Server 2003 TS Per Device CALs that you have revoked.

Use the following procedure to revoke a TS Per Device CAL by using TS Licensing Manager.
Membership in the Administrators group, or equivalent, is the minimum required to complete this procedure. Review details about using the appropriate accounts and group memberships at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=83477.
To revoke a TS Per Device CAL by using TS Licensing Manager
1. Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, point to Terminal Services, and then click TS Licensing Manager.
2. Expand the node that represents the license server that issued the TS Per Device CAL, and then select the node that represents the version of TS Per Device CAL that was issued. For example, click Windows Server 2008 - Installed TS Per Device CALs.
3. From the list of issued TS Per Device CALs, select the TS Per Device CAL that you want to revoke.
4. On the Action menu, click Revoke TS CAL.
5. To confirm that you want to revoke this TS Per Device CAL, click Yes.
6. If the revocation was successful, a message will appear confirming that the TS Per Device CAL was revoked and telling you how many more TS Per Device CALs of that version you can still revoke.
7. Click OK to close this message. The Status column for the TS Per Device CAL will show a status of Revoked when the TS Licensing Manager display is refreshed.

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Dec 04, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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CITRIX not working with my cable modem. Connecting via laptop using the modem's wireless connection. i am able to connect to CITRIX just fine from the office, and from other internet connections.


Are you talking about published apps not working? If so, make sure that your cable modem has the following ports open:

TCP 1494 and 2598

These ports are used by the ICA protocol, which is what Citrix Presentation / XenApp Server software uses for running published apps.

Nov 12, 2009 | Arris SURFboard SBG900 (49402201900) Modem

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Hi, I can print to a TEC B-SX4 from a windows 2000 print server, but if I set the printer up on a windows 2003 server it goes offline and refuses to print. Same drivers Seagull 7.1.1.


this is due to continuous polling by the driver.
You must disable the bidirectional communication in the tools tag ,driver options, network parameters.

May 11, 2009 | Toshiba TEC B-SX4 Thermal Label Printer

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Cannot find License Server


1. TS and TS licensing server are installed in the same 2003 server. The lsview doesn’t list any TS licensing server.
2. If you open the Terminal Server Licensing, it shows “Finding servers… Connecting to \\apps\chicagotech.net. It never finds the apps server. There is not apps server in the network (They might remove this server from the network). After finishing the finding, there are two activated licensing servers listed, one is Windows 2000 server as 2000 TS licensing server and another one is Windows 2003 (also TS) as 2003 TS Licensing server.
3. The 2003 TS Licensing shows they are using Temporary License.
4. We modified the 2003 TS registry to point Licenseserver to itself (TS and TS license are the same server). That fixes the logon screen slow showing issue but not TS licensing issue.

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Oct 16, 2008 | Sibelius Computers & Internet

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How do I get a copy of MS Windows Server Std 2003 media


Visit Microsoft's webpage and or call customer service department.


you could also try the trial with your key it may allow you to use the fully functional software after you activate with your key.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/bb430831.aspx



Sep 30, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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