I have a Windows Server 2012 R2 server that hosts my license server. It is set up with two sets of licenses packs (a 5 user cal and a 10 user cal).
Currently on the first pack of 5, all 5 are used. On the second pack of 10, 2 are used. So I should have a few more seats available (per the management console).
For some reason my SQL server (also running Server 2012 R2) is giving me issues when more than two users try to log on. It's like my MSSQL server will only allow two users to log on at a time. Giving me the impression it's NOT trying to use the license server.
Everything is set up in the domain to use the license server and it looks like my other servers are using the license server with no issues.
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Session Host\Licensing\
Use the specified Remote Desktop license servers - Enabled
Set the Remote Desktop licensing mode - Enabled
Is there something on each server that should be done to utilize the license server? Or is GPO on my domain the only thing I need to do? Is there something I forgot to do on my SQL server that I might have done on my other server having no issues?
When I have 10 users on my domain logging on to multi servers does a ONE USER CAL license allow for a bunch of logins to different servers? Or does ONE USER CAL license translate to once user/one server.