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I can't find the authorization and license on the Microsoft Volume Licensing Server Center, I see the license ID and I can click on it. Then click on licenses and I see the description, (Servers  Windows Remote Desktop Services - User CAL 2012), but when I click on Product Keys I see (No Volume License keys were found. Your agreement entitlements may not include Volume License keys) RDS ask for authorization and license????
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by:Sabi Goraya
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I believe there are no product keys for the CAL's

When activating the licenses on the server for RDS all you have to do is to use the license number and authorization number to activate
I don't think there is any particular product key as per say
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by:UtahTN
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Where do I find the Authorization & License number? Each order has a license ID. Will this not be on the website and come in an email instead?
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by:Sabi Goraya
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I have just gone through my emails and the email that my supplier sent me had the authorization number on it
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by:Sabi Goraya
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The email that came from the reseller had,
End Customer Company Name:
Authorization Number:
License Number:
License Date: 2013-04-28

Also the registered email address

did you receive any email?
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by:UtahTN
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No, just ordered this morning? Will wait and see if it shows up.
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Update: on the volume license website the Parent program number is the Actual Authorization number and is same for all the license that you purchase under that business name.
Hope that helps
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by:UtahTN
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Great, is the license ID on each order the license number?
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by:Sabi Goraya
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Yes please
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by:UtahTN
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That work great, license ID is the license number RDS is looking for. My RDS License server is configured per user and licenses are activated and applied. Windows 2012 Standard Remote Desktop Server RDS 2012 Open Volume License VLSC Microsoft Volume Licensing Server Center. Servers  Windows Remote Desktop Services - User CAL 2012 6VC-02073 WinRmtDsktpSrvcsCAL 2012 SNGL OLP NL UsrCAL
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