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KMS server and Office 2010

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I installed windows server 2003, setup the KMS, and installed volume activation management tool. I also installed the KMS for office 2010.

I installed 5 copies of Office 2010.

The below code shows that 5 licenses are there. But why isn't it licensing my applications? They still show not licensed.
C:\WINDOWS\system32>cscript slmgr.vbs /dli
Microsoft (R) Windows Script Host Version 5.6
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 1996-2001. All rights reserved.


Name: Office(TM) 14, ProPlusKMSHost edition
Description: Office(TM) 14 KMS, VOLUME_KMS channel
Partial Product Key: BT2W6
License Status: Licensed

Key Management Service is enabled on this machine
    Current count: 5
    Listening on Port: 1688
    DNS publishing enabled
    KMS priority: Normal

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I went into VAMT and manually applied the KMS license.

is that how i always have to do it?
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So i spent time entering in license keys, i close the app, reopen, keys are gone...
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i tried to reimport keys, no luck. says they are already there.
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