Freigabe Devicecall beim Terminalserver

15/01/2009 - 13:29 von Uwe Rossberg | Report spam
Hallo,

eine Frage zur Freigabe des Devicecalls beim Terminalserver.
Wann gibt der Terminalserver diese wieder frei?
Mir ist unklar, wenn sich z.B. 10 Geràte anmelden und 3 wieder abmelden,
wann können sich wieder 3 "neue" anmelden?

Gruß
Uwe
 

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#1 Denis Jedig
15/01/2009 - 13:40 | Warnen spam
On Thu, 15 Jan 2009 04:29:00 -0800 Uwe Rossberg wrote:

eine Frage zur Freigabe des Devicecalls beim Terminalserver.
Wann gibt der Terminalserver diese wieder frei?
Mir ist unklar, wenn sich z.B. 10 Geràte anmelden und 3 wieder abmelden,
wann können sich wieder 3 "neue" anmelden?



RTFM
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/...75514.aspx
| By default, for terminal servers and license servers that are running
| Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 (or that are running
| Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 and earlier with the hotfix described in
| Microsoft Security Bulletin MS01-052 applied), an expiration period is
| applied for each Per Device CAL that is issued. This expiration period,
| which is not configurable, is a random number of days between 52 to 89
| days after the license is issued. When a client connects to a terminal
| server, the expiration date for the CAL is checked. If the expiration is
| set to occur within seven days, the terminal server connects to the
| license server and renews the CAL. During this time, the CAL is given
| another expiration period of 52 to 89 days. If the license server is not
| available, the terminal server attempts to replace the CAL each time the
| client logs on to a terminal server session. After the CAL expires, the
| license server returns any CAL that was not renewed to the group of
| available CALs.
|
| This functionality facilitates the automatic recovery of Per Device CALs
| that are lost due to hardware failure, operating system reinstallation,
| and other similar events.

Denis Jedig
syneticon networks GbR http://syneticon.net/service/

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