Why does Microsoft have to make KMS such a pain in the XXX. They should
have spent more time on developing a better service.
How about making the service so that you can print out the licensing
information not just display it.
Also it would be nice if we could see exactly what keys we have entered,
what systems have been activated and which ones are failing and why,
either in a application or on a report at least.
Eliminate the threshold, I don't understand why there is one in the
first place. We are currently trying to deploy win2008 but will start
off with 1 or 2 systems for several months before going forward. Having
to have 5 systems up to active is ridiculous. Epically since we have a
Same with Win7 we have about a dozen people testing yet we can't
activate because we don't 25. We shouldn't be made to do more work
having to change key types just because of this.
Second of all KMS should be part of windows update now. Several patches
have been needed in order to active win2008 r2 and win7 that was not
readily known until you tried it and failed.
I would suggest to Microsoft to get things working right the first time
and stop creating more work for System Admins. With limited budgets and
personnel that last thing we need is another process that adds work and
doesn't save us any time. In fact is KMS has created more work and more
activation problems to date.
Thank you for Listening