We have found the TS-* licensing options for Office etc - however for the RDP licenses themselves, has anyone managed to get a report of those licenses?
For our Microsoft true-up, I count every unique qualified user that has accessed a TS- application in the previous 90 days. Every user needs to have a valid license to connect to applications via RDP. You can do this by filtering on TS- from all applications.
I think this way is not correct. If you have a clause in contract with MS that Snow data could be used for licensing the way of Huib is OK.
In most cases you don't have. So you have to license every single user who is able to log in to your TS. If you count the users in the RDS groups of the Terminal Servers you should be compliant.
Maybe you count the users by powershell and import the data to Snow.
In my opinion most TS license admins have a much bigger problem: MS Office. If you do not have Office 365 licenses then you have to license every COMPUTER who is able to connect to TS. But you cannot control which computer is allowed to connect. In this case you need to firewall all computers not using Office or another Edition of Office from the Terminal Server.
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