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  • Question

  • Hey folks -

    Exchange Server 2010 Standard. How do I tell if the product has been appropriately licensed, or, is currently in trial mode?

    Also, how can I tell from the console how many Exchange Server CAL's have been installed for the machine?

    Thank you -

    R

    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 2:00 AM

Answers

  • Get-ExchangeServer | ft name, *trial*

    should do what you want.

    You don't "install" CALs.

    Mark

     


    Mark E. Smith
    Practice Manager, Unified Communications
    Capax Global Consulting
    My Blog - http://blogs.capaxglobal.com/markesmith
    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 2:40 AM
  • In addition, note that CALs are not "installed", but you can run the "Collect Organizational Health Data" wizard under the On-Premises portion of EMC.  It will tell you how many CALs you need, servers are licensed, etc.

     

    Example: 




    Mike Crowley
    Check out My Blog!

    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 2:48 AM
    Moderator
  • Hi RP,
     
    > Exchange Server 2010 Standard. How do I tell if the product has been
    > appropriately licensed, or, is currently in trial mode?
    >
     
    If one or more Exchange Servers are in trial mode and you start the Exchange
    Management Console on any computer, it will display a splash screen that
    informs you about the servers in trial mode and how many days it will have
    left.
     
    --
    Oliver Sommer | MVP Small Business Server
    Small Business Specialist Partner Area Lead | SBSC PAL | Managed Hosting
     
     

    Computer am Arbeitsplatz per WakeOnLAN (WOL) über den EBS und SBS Remote-Webarbeitsplatz (RWW) einschalten: http://WOL4RWW.de Jetzt auch für den SBS 2008 RWW!!
    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 6:49 AM

All replies

  • Get-ExchangeServer | ft name, *trial*

    should do what you want.

    You don't "install" CALs.

    Mark

     


    Mark E. Smith
    Practice Manager, Unified Communications
    Capax Global Consulting
    My Blog - http://blogs.capaxglobal.com/markesmith
    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 2:40 AM
  • In addition, note that CALs are not "installed", but you can run the "Collect Organizational Health Data" wizard under the On-Premises portion of EMC.  It will tell you how many CALs you need, servers are licensed, etc.

     

    Example: 




    Mike Crowley
    Check out My Blog!

    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 2:48 AM
    Moderator
  • Hi RP,
     
    > Exchange Server 2010 Standard. How do I tell if the product has been
    > appropriately licensed, or, is currently in trial mode?
    >
     
    If one or more Exchange Servers are in trial mode and you start the Exchange
    Management Console on any computer, it will display a splash screen that
    informs you about the servers in trial mode and how many days it will have
    left.
     
    --
    Oliver Sommer | MVP Small Business Server
    Small Business Specialist Partner Area Lead | SBSC PAL | Managed Hosting
     
     

    Computer am Arbeitsplatz per WakeOnLAN (WOL) über den EBS und SBS Remote-Webarbeitsplatz (RWW) einschalten: http://WOL4RWW.de Jetzt auch für den SBS 2008 RWW!!
    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 6:49 AM