Definitely has limitations. I want to exercise downgrade rights and deploy 7 Professional. should i just be using the one that says Windows 7 Professional with SP1 or is there supposed to be a special one specifically for VL. 0 Mace I always do a full format with fresh installs. have a peek here
It's all very grey about a) what we can do in the realm of the license and b) what is actually possible within the limits of the installation media. I can see how if I was not a VL user That I wouldn't be allowed, but I am and every program we have on the image is licenced by VL's. At this point I usually clean up any test accounts, temp files, and anything that I do not want captured in the image. 8. Note that I was going to point to brutal articles (like THIS one) explaining that you need to buy BOTH an Open Licence and OEM licence to image Vista PC's, but
Join the community Back I agree Home Deploying Windows 7 with OEM licence using WDS, MDT and AIK? ights.aspx (short version, you can buy a single volume license copy and use the media and key on all computers with matching OEM licenses...for instance I can install Windows 8.1 Pro I would verify that answer about SA to get clarification. Microsoft Reimaging Rights sending techs out to do reservations seems very inefficient.
I'm part of IT and we weren't planning on rolling it out yet. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: Can MDT deploy Win7 Pro without volume licensing? https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/volume-licensing/2014/02/13/licensing-how-to-reimaging-rights-top-5-questions/ scorp508 Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: Boston, MA Registered: Apr 24, 2006Posts: 10177 Posted: Tue Aug 04, 2015 11:44 am Definitely an "ask your licensing specialist" question...
Join Now I want to have a way to install Windows 7 over the network to client PCs when they must be reinstalled. Wds Oem Also there is cheaper way to have the VL: Buy one SA (and 4 dummies) for one of your OEM within 90 days of purchase, it's way cheaper than a full An image can be individually recovered by the organization (or a service provider they choose) by using the Recovery Media. After Office 2010 is installed and Office updates have been applied, launch REGEDIT and navigate to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Registration".
The KMS won't start working until the min number of devices connect - see Activation Threshold: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff793434.aspx Fred // June 18, 2015 at 6:23 PM // Reply Thanks! They must have a way to tell Windows: this is an OEM key from the pool you, Microsoft gave us; no activation is needed, yes?In other words: if you have Windows Windows 10 Reimaging Rights I've done this and had a lot of problems, even though I told Sysprep to strip out the product key and the mini-setup prompts fine the PC just won't take it Windows Deployment Services Licensing Will this work? 2 Jalapeno OP H-bomb Jul 17, 2010 at 10:22 UTC HW Technologies is an IT service provider.
Bingo. this content The volume license is actually an upgrade. 0 Pimiento OP KermitCA Aug 4, 2011 at 12:05 UTC 1st Post Our county recently went through a MS audit where I took the key out of the unattend and just had a recently reimaged user call and all that was required was to click the Activate link in Properties. Probbably got more questions, but will gratefully await your response to these 2. What Is Oem Image
AFinn // April 8, 2015 at 10:25 AM // Reply In a small deployment you can use the VL key. So having one Windows 7 license will allow me to use the Windows 7 VL image to clients using an OEM license? also look into the KMS server. weblink Heinrich Borchmann // December 16, 2015 at 12:41 PM // Reply Hi there.
Reimaging using Volume Licensing full version media requires that customers have licensed the Windows desktop operating system either preinstalled through the OEM or as an FPP retail product. Mdt 2013 $oem$ This purchase is required to obtain the media and necessary Volume Licensing Keys (VLK(s)) . Join the community Back I agree Home Trying to Sysprep a Windows 7 Pro OEM and Keep the OEM key by jevans on Aug 21, 2012 at 9:19 UTC 1st Post
Then when I go to deploy it, I can use an unattend file that will make the setup prompt for a Windows 7 product key - then I will enter in the Then i was advised that MDT was better......so i installedf that......and started reading.....lots. The languages must be matched as well. Sysprep Oem Windows 7 I have a image of my customised pc sent to me by the OEM if I buy newer pcs from them and they use the same OEM product key I can deploy
Join the community Back I agree Welcome to the Ars OpenForum. It's all very grey about a) what we can do in the realm of the license and b) what is actually possible within the limits of the installation media. haha ;) I know! I really only expected to get a "Helpful Post" after seeing your response. Credit is due to both you and Bryan as well, since I was so check over here When the sysprep tool begins, choose to “Enter System Audit Mode” and to “Reboot”.
Volume Licensing customers can use their Volume Licensing media to reimage their Windows desktop operating system from an OEM only if it is the same product and version as that on Join Now We are planning a partial rollout of Windows 7, and my engineering is looking at using WAIK and other Microsoft tools like ImageX and WDS for creating and deploying I'd use those to keep things consistent and controlled rather than let 900 machines update themselves. computers.