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It seems that you are running SP3 and also accepted the license agreement. So to answer your question, yes.
OK. For me, the "Windows PE License Agreement" section shows that the license has been accepted, however, I am not able to do the things that accepting the license should allow me to do.
For instance, when I go to make a new provisioning template, I do not have the option to select Windows PE. I have a little icon over to the right saying I need to validate the license.
When I click on that icon it takes me to the OSD Imaging environment page. At that point, I cannot validate because it is already listed as "Accepted".
I have the same problem when attempting to make WinPE Boot media. the WinPE option is greyed out saying it needs to be validated.
I am unable to validate because that section says it has already been done.
Screenshots are listed below.
If anyone knows a way to remove the validation so that I can re-validate, that would be great.
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Hi Smaillet, have you resolved this issue? I have the same issue on my server.
quick update, delete "WAIKLicenseAgreement" FROM [LDMS].[dbo].[KeyValue] from the database allows you to re activate the license
OK... I just got off the phone with Roy Meyer at LANDesk Support and he confirmed that the entry made by JonRindel is indeed the way to fix this. He did point out (because I had this problem and needed to correct it) that the better solution is to go into the MS SSMS and edit the table so that the INTVALUE is set to 0. Once that is set drop out of the Management Studio, restart your LDMS Console and it will guide you through setting the license back up. Worked fer me!