Service InetD failed to start when install Telnet Server 2000


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shirley
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Hi,

When I install Telnet Server 2000 in 8-processors service(windows server2003), it occurs an error "Error 1920.Service InetD failed to start.Verify that you have sufficient privileges to start system services". But I can

install in  4-processors service.

Do you know what's the problem?
Edited 6 Years Ago by shirley
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Hello,

Most likely the problem is that your license is not for an 8 CPU machine. I recommend that you upgrade to the latest version of Pragma TelnetServer, which will allow you to install on an 8 CPU machine as well as provide you with many new features and fixes.

Beth Redd
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HI,

Thanks for your reply.Which version is the lastest? My verion is 7.0.9.1956. I wonder is there have a trial version for 8 cpus? If there is no free license,I want to buy this version. But I want trial first.

And how many server can use the license? one pc one license or one license is enough? The version for 8 cpus can compatible with 4-cpu server? If I have both 4 cpu and 8 cpu server, I need buy 2 licenses?

Looking forward for your reply.

Thanks
Edited 6 Years Ago by shirley
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The version you listed is the latest build and revision. In your first post you refer to TelnetServer 2000 which is not licensed for 8 processors, but the version you give is TelnetServer V7.0 which is licensed for 8 processors.

Please email support@pragmasys.com with your registration key so that I can confirm your license and provide you with an 8 CPU license if yours is for less.

If you plan on installing on two machines then you would need two licenses no matter the processor count. You must have a license for any system you plan on allowing telnet access to with our server.

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