Volume Activation Management Tool 2.0 released

Volume Activation Management Tool 2.0 released

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We are pleased to announce the release of the Volume Activation Management Tool (VAMT) 2.0. This free download is an important tool that helps customers automate and centrally manage a range of activities related to Windows and Office activation.   The release of VAMT v2.0 is a significant milestone as it packs the following features/benefits:

  • Helps IT administrators centrally manage and automate a range of activities related to Windows activation using Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in for a consistent administration experience
  • Enables management of product keys – whether obtained from the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) or from other sources such as retail, MSDN, MSPP — and product activations using those keys
  • Provides disconnected activation and reactivation of systems without each system having to connect with Microsoft activation services individually
  • Facilitates remote management of systems relating to activation/genuine using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) interface
  • Assists with license compliance, letting IT administrators monitor system license state, including whether systems are licensed and running genuine Windows

Read more about how you can benefit from using VAMT 2.0 in our Manage Activation Using VAMT 2.0 whitepaper.  We are also in the process of releasing multiple videos highlighting the features of VAMT, which will be available on the Windows Volume Activation site soon.

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  • This is great tool for us Network Administrators.  I am able to easily control my small companies network of Office product keys.  We will be loading Windows 2010 soon and this will definitely come in handy.  Thanks for the information!

  • I will give it to my top management, in order to manage things centrally! I liked this point by the way which says it allows to centrally manage and automate activities.