Windows 10: can i use my windows 10Pro Workstation volum mak_channel a secoundpc? Solved

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    windows 10 pro workstation 64bit
       15 Apr 2018 #1

    can i use my windows 10Pro Workstation volum mak_channel a secoundpc?


    hello

    hope that someone can help me, i have payd 1700 NOK (205$) for windows 10 pro workstation
    i buy this on microsoft store app What is Windows 10 Pro for Workstations and How to Upgrade

    i have then Volum MAK_channel... when i use cmd slmgr.vbs /dli.. can i install it on my laptop and my deskop pc? i have a digital key that i use when trouh e-mail.
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    17692.1004 Pro 17692.1004 Home
       15 Apr 2018 #2

    One key = One machine
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    windows 10 pro workstation 64bit
    Thread Starter
       15 Apr 2018 #3

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    dmholt57 said: View Post
    One key = One machine
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  4.    16 Apr 2018 #4

    dmholt57 said: View Post
    One key = One machine
    As far as I know that doesn't apply to MAK (Multi Activation Keys), assuming you have a legitimate legal MAK key. I have access to them via My Visual Studio subscription (Formally MSDN). I can use that one key on multiple systems. They are meant to allow me to run / test Volume Licence Editions of Windows, like Enterprise. Normally the only way to activate Enterprise is VIA KMS. However, the only legal MAK keys are those you obtain directly from Microsoft.
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    windows 10 pro workstation 64bit
    Thread Starter
       16 Apr 2018 #5

    thanks for help:) and in worst case i can call microsoft and they told me that i can use the key if i cange motherbord on computer,
    remove the key from the system i use today on computer, and transfer it to the new motherboard.

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    As far as I know that doesn't apply to MAK (Multi Activation Keys), assuming you have a legitimate legal MAK key. I have access to them via My Visual Studio subscription (Formally MSDN). I can use that one key on multiple systems. They are meant to allow me to run / test Volume Licence Editions of Windows, like Enterprise. Normally the only way to activate Enterprise is VIA KMS. However, the only legal MAK keys are those you obtain directly from Microsoft.
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  6.    16 Apr 2018 #6

    Pretty well any PC with a Digital License can have that license transferred to another PC. Its very easy if its linked to your Microsoft ID. All my MAK install got a Digital License. I personally think that shouldn't happen and its a glitch but that's beyond my control.
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    windows 10 pro workstation 64bit
    Thread Starter
       16 Apr 2018 #7

    thanks :) great to have this kind of helt an explanation

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    Pretty well any PC with a Digital License can have that license transferred to another PC. Its very easy if its linked to your Microsoft ID. All my MAK install got a Digital License. I personally think that shouldn't happen and its a glitch but that's beyond my control.
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       16 Apr 2018 #8

    # of activations is not the same as # of licenses.
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  9.    16 Apr 2018 #9

    dmholt57 said: View Post
    # of activations is not the same as # of licenses.
    I'm not sure what your saying or asking but
    A Multiple Activation Key (MAK) enables you to activate multiple installations of a product with the same key. MAKs are generally used with Volume Licensing versions of products. Typically, only one MAK key is provided per subscription.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vis...s/product-keys
    My interpretation is "multiple installations" means on more than one PC. Its like KMS but its a one time activation. No having to connect to the company KMS server every so often to stay activated. I don't know what the limit is for my MSDN keys? Probably 10 or maybe 20 activations.
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    Thread Starter
       29 Apr 2018 #10

    Thanks for great explanation and it is werry nice that you specifie the difference,
    then i can build a new deskop pc and install it with my MAK key windows 10 pro Workstation :)



    alphanumeric said: View Post
    I'm not sure what your saying or asking but
    A Multiple Activation Key (MAK) enables you to activate multiple installations of a product with the same key. MAKs are generally used with Volume Licensing versions of products. Typically, only one MAK key is provided per subscription.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vis...s/product-keys
    My interpretation is "multiple installations" means on more than one PC. Its like KMS but its a one time activation. No having to connect to the company KMS server every so often to stay activated. I don't know what the limit is for my MSDN keys? Probably 10 or maybe 20 activations.
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