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[Xen-users] Changes to windows domu without having to re-license?

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Subject: [Xen-users] Changes to windows domu without having to re-license?
From: John McMonagle <johnm@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2011 11:02:38 -0500
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Working on getting a server 2008 domu ready for production.

I needed more disk space so I copied it to a new larger lvm as I needed to 
move it to a new server.

Now it wants me to re-license it.
I suspect my first  mistake was to not have a mac address specified in  vif 
It was activated with a MAK licience.

I suppose I could call Microsoft but I'd rather learn how to do it right and 
redo if possible.
Can one change  size of the  disk with out license issues?


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