Nov 08, · The reason I’m installing is to get Windows up and running for Storage Spaces direct. But after adding the GVLK client keys for Windows server, it failed with. “specified product key is invalid, or is unsupported by this version of VAMT”. The update link sent me nowhere, I already had that version installed. Mar 22, · Figure 1 – Failed attempt to add Windows Server Client Setup keys to VAMT () If you attempt to do the same with Windows 10 product keys (for this example, the Windows 10 Professional, Enterprise, and Education Client Setup keys are used), the addition is successful. Uninstall VAMT. To uninstall VAMT using the Programs and Features Control Panel: Open Control Panel and select Programs and Features. Select Assessment and Deployment Kit from the list of installed programs and click Change. Follow the instructions in the Windows ADK installer to remove VAMT.
So… What is KMS? For Windows Server For Windows Server R2: By installing that key, you are configuring the server to act as a KMS host. Once again, this key will let you activate any Windows server and Windows client version in your environment.
Nov 19, · On the new server I have put in the Server KMS Key and the Office KMS key, my understanding is that these should activate Windows 7, 8 and 10, Server // as well as Office So just want to clarify that although I have been told that it won't activate windows 10 after , and that Server is needed? In this article. The VAMT can manage volume activation by using MAKs or KMS. It is a standard Microsoft Management Console snap-in, and it can be installed on any computer running Windows 10, Windows , Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server R2, Windows Server , or Windows Server R2. Oct 19, · Once updated you need to obtain a Windows Server CSVLK. Log on to the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC). Click License. Click Relationship Summary. Click License ID of their current Active License. After the page loads, click Product Keys.
If KMS licensing was not configured on the virtual disk when running the Imaging Wizard, alternatively configure it using the Console. Preparing the new base virtual disk image for KMS volume licensing After you create a virtual disk using the Imaging Wizard, it must be reset to a non-activated state using the rearm command. Perform this operation on a system booted from the virtual disk in Private Image Mode. Microsoft limits the number of times you can run rearm on an installed OS image. Reinstall the operating system if you exceed the number of allowed rearm attempts.