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By sharon ·
We are currently looking for a way to maintain our licenses. I'm trying to find a software package that can keep track of the number of licenses we have, what licenses are about to expire, etc... I thought maybe we could set up a calander to send us reminders for expiring licenses, but that didnt work too well. We are running Exchange 2000, and I created a "tech calander" for this purpose, but it seems that reminders wont work unless they are setup in your personal calander... Which is not a good solution for us.

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to Licenses

I dont know about the software, but like you tried, created meetings and invite you and others but for the expiration date.

(That's how i know my domain name will expire the 18-dec-2003 :) )


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by sharon In reply to

I originally thought this would be a good idea also, but my boss does not like the idea of everyone in our department to add this information to their personal calenders. we are looking for more of a "centralized" place to store all of this information. This way, as people get hired, we dont have to go through our entire calander and invite the new people in order to update their calanders.

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by plamenbox In reply to Licenses

It depends on how much you are willing to spend on this one.The best, and unfortunately the most expensive solution would be Centennial Discovery (, very good not only for licensing.There are however, more affordable options too, go to GOOGLE and look for 'auditing software'.

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by sharon In reply to

Thank you. I've found some good solutions.

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