How To : Activate computers on a closed network

Monday, January 2, 2012

var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; I believe that someone at Microsoft thought about us when they invented the new license mechanism. KMS, MAK are the new sheriffs in town, guarding the software piracy.  Key Management Service (KMS) enables organizations to activate computers in a managed environment without connecting to Microsoft individually. Computers running Windows OS/OFFICE (Vista/Server2008/Office2010 and above) activate by connecting to a central Windows computer running the KMS service which connects to Microsoft on their behalf. KMS usage is targeted for managed environments where more than 25 workstations / 5 Server...
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