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    Changing CALs option for 2003 server after install

    Just a quick on while the server is installing.

    I an not 100% sure but i thin i have chosen the wrong option for the CALS while using the Dell server install wizard. I am pretty sure i chose Server instead of per user.

    Can this be changed after the OS installs or should i start again?

    I'm having a bad start to the week already and this is only the tip of hte iceberg.........i suppose i am rushing to much to get things done.

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    Re: Changing CALs option for 2003 server after install

    from what i remember, i think it will allow you to change it once and then after that you are not left with the option and the only option being to reinstall the OS

    Im sure someone else will be able to confirm or tell u otherwise if im incorrect.

    Its been a long time

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    Re: Changing CALs option for 2003 server after install

    Yeah, that's right.

    Unfortunately, now, he's (ooh I assumed he, sexism here), gonna want to know how to change it... can anyone remember ? I've done it once.... in 2002.

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    Re: Changing CALs option for 2003 server after install

    does it actually make a difference, I always select the option that doesn't need me to input a number of CALS (always forget the name and i blaim HP for that in Smart Start)

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