I've set up KMS on a Server 2008 R2 Datacenter machine and all looks pretty good. The proper DNS entry got added and Windows 7 clients are listed on the server. They have all stayed in the "Initial Grace Period" part though.
Is that normal, and if not how do I go about resolving it?
So, here is part of the /dli information on the KMS server:
License Status: Licensed Key Management Service is enabled on this machine Current count: 50 Listening on Port: 1688 DNS publishing enabled KMS priority: Normal Key Management Service cumulative requests received from clients Total requests received: 213 Failed requests received: 0 Requests with License Status Unlicensed: 0 Requests with License Status Licensed: 2 Requests with License Status Initial grace period: 203 Requests with License Status License expired or Hardware out of tolerance: 0 Requests with License Status Non-genuine grace period: 0 Requests with License Status Notification: 8
So apparently the Current Count of 50 can never get higher as only the last 50 requests are cached. That is a good sign, but I can't find anywhere if the 203 in Initial grace period is normal and where should they eventually end up? In the "Requests with License Status Licensed:" I'd presume.
Again any information gratefully received.