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I have a microsoft server 2008R2 setup for KMS for Office 2010. The KMS is working, but when I run slmgr /dlv, I don't get any information about the KMS licensing. The windows script host box only shows the actual server licensing information. The event viewer shows KMS information and it is activating Office clients. Why isn't the slmgr commands showing me any of the KMS information?
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Try using <slmgr /dvi all> that should list all keys installed
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