Jobe, If I choose to install the licenses is it going to remove/disable them from the other licensing server in the other domain? MS's TS licensing model isn't "intelligent" enough to proactivly remove or disable license sets on the fly based on another TS license server coming online. An MS TS license server is either responding to TS license requests for it's domain, or it's not. 2003 TS cals are also different from windows 2000 TS cals. Windows 2003 servers can be setup to hand out both win2k TS cals, and win2k3 TS cals; but windows 2k TS license servers can only support dishing out 2k TS cals. HTH J PS - your subject post mentions Citrix, but your questions appear primarily focussed on the MS TS cals. As an FYI if you're also looking at going to something like (oh...MPS 3.0) the citrix licensing does of course change, and you need to go through the process of upgrading / consolidating your Citrix licenses on the "my citrix" site. This process also . . won't adversly affect your current Citrix servers in the old domain and their Citrix license assignments. Similar to MS TS licensing, the Citrix licensing engine has no connection back to the "Citrix mothership" so to speak . . so updating your licensing to support MPS 3.0 won't auto deativate the old farm. ________________________________ From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of jgates@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Friday, November 05, 2004 6:56 AM To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [THIN] Citrix Licensing I currently have licensing running in an NT 4.0 domain for Terminal Servers running Windows 2000. I have setup a new 2003 domain with a new farm and installed a licensing server. I've activated the licensing server and it's using temporary licenses. If I choose to install the licenses is it going to remove/disable them from the other licensing server in the other domain? Thanks, Jobe Gates Supervisor of Network Systems Genesys PHO 810-424-2310 Phone 810-743-1099 Fax jgates@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This email transmission may contain confidential information. This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to which it is addressed. If you have received this email in error, please immediately notify the sender by email at the address shown and permanently delete this message from your email files. Notice: This transmission contains confidential information intended only for the use of the individual or entity to whom it is addressed. Any disclosure, copying, distribution, or action in reliance on the contents of this transmission is strictly prohibited by anyone except the party to whom it is addressed.