No, you have to pay for all the licenses you have signed when you have booked them. In your list of business agreements for licensing, select the active agreement to continue booking online, then click Continue. I just want to be able to keep both servers with the RD license and use the same contract number to distribute CALs, and it doesn`t seem that there`s an option to remove only some of the licenses on the source server? The amount of Active SA is displayed in the license preview. It represents the number of licenses covered by Software Assurance (version upgrade protection) for all Microsoft volume licensing programs. Active SA includes all kinds of insurance software, including: To find your license number and authorization numbers. The unique display of the license ID in the relationship summary only indicates purchases in this specific agreement (quantities in the Unresolved Quantity column may be false.) Looks like I have two license servers, but I don`t know if I did it right. Any additional help would be appreciated. No no. Only licenses purchased by your organization through volume licensing programs are displayed in the licensing table. The relationship summary shows all volume licensing agreements and open licenses assigned to your VLSC account. Summary details are listed by the Licensing ID and can be expanded for more information, including ParentIng Agreements and Microsoft Business and Services Agreement (MBSA).
To access and view the relationship summary in the VLSC, click Licenses and click On The Relationship Summary. The licensing preview shows purchase information about Microsoft`s volume licensing programs from 1994. These programs include (but not limited to) Open, Open Value, Select, Select Plus and Enterprise. A licensing ID identifies the level of program at which orders can be placed by an organization. It may represent one of the following organizations: Members participating in the Select Plus program cannot access confidential information specific to other participating affiliates. Prior to the installation of the RD license, the server currently uses a trial version or within the extra time for RD licenses. If I am not able to transfer licenses immediately, will the installation of RD Licensing somehow cancel the extra time? Although the steps are complete, has there been an error message to let me know that licenses must be manually removed from the source license server? For reservations to be available, you must have already signed the updated enterprise agreement (uEA) amendment or have an agreement from 2011 or later. The product must have been pre-ordered or blocked in the customer`s price card (CPS). Incomplete list of licensing IDENTIFIANTs in the relationship summary: Full licenses may have been purchased under missing license IDs in your relationship summary (i.e., you may not have permission for the License ID). If the licenses were in a very recent order, this order may not have been processed by your Microsoft partner yet. Newly acquired licenses are usually displayed in the license table within 48 hours of receiving your order from Microsoft. Delays of a few days to a few weeks may occur if your partner delays the transmission of the order to Microsoft.
Licenses are displayed in the summary if the order coverage period is completed for all programs except Open License. Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA) Licensing information is managed by Microsoft Business Center or Microsoft Store for Business. No MPSA information is displayed in the VLSC. Learn more about MPSA. I think you can use the option to transfer CALs into the license manager, and the way you described will work as well. For you question about the extra time, I`m not sure, but if there is not the extra time, but in any case it does, you can remove the registration structure: The full licenses with an identifier of