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I think what you're asking is whether you can transfer the TSCALs from a Windows 2000 Terminal Server license server to one running Windows 2003 Terminal Services (and also acting as the license server). The TSCALs aren't really transferable because you need to upgrade them to use with Windows 2003 Terminal Services--the two versions use different licensing models. You'll need to contact Microsoft to upgrade the licenses. The only issue that might arise is that making the license server a member server instead of domain controller means that Terminal Servers outside the domain can't see it unless you point to it specifically, but I'm guessing that this won't present a problem for you.
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