Methods to Add Microsoft® Office 2010 Key to KMS Server
KMS is a lightweight service that does not require a dedicated system and can easily be co-hosted on a system that provides other services. With KMS, you can complete activations on your local network, eliminating the need for individual computers to connect to Microsoft for product activation. You can install a KMS key and enable the KMS service on Windows Vista systems. It is easily be co-hosted with other services, and it does not require any additional software for installing or downloading. Windows Server 2003 KMS service for Volume Activation 2.0 is currently under development with expected availability in 2007. A single KMS host could support hundreds of thousands of KMS clients. It is expected most organizations will be able to operate with just two KMS hosts for their entire infrastructure.
- Manually setting the KMS for Microsoft Office 2010
- Setting one of key management service
- Locate your KMS key for your volume activation
Manually setting the KMS for Microsoft Office 2010
You can open a command prompt with administrative privileges. This is also done by right clicking the command prompt shortcut and selecting 'Run' as administrator. Change directories to the Office14 directory of Microsoft Office. On 32-bit machines, this is normally done by typing: "cd %program pilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice14. On 64-bit machines that have the 32-bit version of Microsoft Office, this is installed by typing: "cd %program files (x86)%Microsoft OfficeOffice14". On 64-bit machines that have the 64- bit version of Microsoft Office, this is installed by changing the system drive and then typing: "cd %program files%Microsoft OfficeOffice14".
Setting one of key management service
Microsoft Windows 7 volume license basically has three ways to activate, MAK, MAK proxy and KMS. The first two require a key and proxy needs to use the volume activation management tool. Setting one of KMS (key management service )is as easy as making. Its walk through is not meant for someone already using a KMS server for Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008.
Windows Server based KMS server makes the most sense and next step is to locate your KMS key for your volume activation. The key you are looking for, is the Windows Server Std/Ent KMS B. Instead of using the MAK key when you enter the key for activation, you will enter in your KMS. You get a warning message that you are using a KMS key. Click 'ok' and in this way, you have made a KMS host machine.
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