Showing posts from August, 2015

Now Available: Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 10

Throughout the latter portion of the Windows Insider program testing of Windows 10, and continuing on since the release of Windows 10 last month, one question has been very popular: Where is the Remote Server Administration Tools package for Windows 10?

Finally, the wait is over:
Download the Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 10

No KMS Key in the VLSC for Windows 10 for OPEN License

With the release of Windows 10, many IT workers are beginning to look into it and perhaps test it for use in their organizations.  When the time comes to set up KMS activation of the new OS however, those IT staff using Microsoft's OPEN Licensing may find that something is missing...

When I logged in to the Volume License Service Center recently to look up the KMS activation key for Windows 10 Enterprise, I was surprised to find that only Multiple Activation Keys (MAK) were listed.  Searching online, I came across this blog post from someone who ended up calling Volume Licensing support to get his KMS key, but with no explaination as to why.  After digging around a bit, I happened to come across an entry in the VLSC FAQ which explains the missing key.  
If you can't read that, it says: I am an Open Customer and do not see my KMS (Key Management Service) key displayed on VLSC. How can I get it? 
KMS keys are no longer pre-assigned to Open agreements as use of MAK (Multiple Activa…