Type a product name into the Product text box, or use the sort list to limit your search by-product type. You will again be prompted to enter your business email. If you need help deciding which version to download, refer back to the product page Windows 7 or Windows 8. Now I have to figure out how to add the other products that are associated with other licenses. If you do not know the name of your product, or if no suggestion appears in the Product text box as you type, then enter the name of the software into the Product search text box, and then click the hand lens search icon. By default, the All Products check box is checked. If not, please clarify it.
In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of our services or website. Step-8: Login with your verified Microsoft account on the Volume Licensing Service Center link. The Product text box displays possible suggestions as you type. If so, please try to temporarily disable antivirus program and firewall to test the result. Or, am I trapped in the multiple logon hell of my own making? Select the suggestion to populate the text box. They give you many more than you've purchased to account for reinstalls, etc. Even when I'm done, I'm not sure it's going to be correct.
What I have done is create a group called and attach them to there and have that email forward to me for notifications. Now, that you have your Microsoft Account or username and password, go back to the and sign in. Done this several times at multiple clients where whom ever was the office manager at the time got the licenses attached to their email. Thanks for all the help, guys. Over the past decade, my company has bought licenses from a dozen different retailers under at least five different department heads. . Step-12: Click On Download Click the Download down arrow icon that appears under your product listing.
On the Downloads and Keys tab, you can drill into each product, and see how many times each key has been activated and how many total activations they've given you. How are you accessing them? If it does not work, please also try to reset Internet Explorer settings. I'm pouring through old file folders, notebooks, emails, and so on. It is faster and less prone to corrupted files. I'm logged into one account now.
If your search results are more than one page, then use the arrows at the bottom of the page to advance to the next page of search results. If you have your licensing information, simply associate those agreements with your Microsoft Account once you get that working. Then as the user you want to keep, you can go to the same place to remove the permissions of the previous logon accounts. Then, it asked me for the email associated with the licenses. Specify your location and click Save to start the download. The account problem is this: 1.
Use the filters on the left to narrow your product search by category. Why do you need the old accounts? Have to pull all the docs together. Effective Quantity in the License Summary page is the total number of licenses for that product that have been purchased for all Agreements associated with that specific Microsoft Account. Then as the user you want to keep, you can go to the same place to remove the permissions of the previous logon accounts. You can uncheck this box to narrow your search results. Hi, I would like to confirm what Volume Licensing Center do you mean? I think that should work. As a result, I've inherited a mess of multiple logins and incomplete lists.
Is it possible that these licenses can be combined into a single account, regardless of who they were purchased from? They'll be emails and links to click, maybe have to add the parent program and licensing ids to the new user. On the Relationship Summary page, you'll see the separate agreements associated with that account and you can see the specifics of each order. I think that should work. The graphic above indicates you are trying to reset the password for a Microsoft account that doesn't exist. This will tell you if your computer is running on a 32-Bit or 64-Bit system. Step-6: Open the e-mail from Volume Licensing Service Center with the subject line Thank You for Registering with the Volume Licensing Service Center.
Do you mean the following link Volume Licensing Service Center? This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Pledge Technologies is a privately owned company, Our engineers are trained and certified, however we are not the Official representative of Microsoft or any other software company. In the search results, select the product. The Download setting drop-down box opens. Seems to me you just need to create a Microsoft Account using your current email address for the name or you can always create an account using a different email address you have access to if you have issues with yours.
I think the error you are getting is just that there is no account with that email. Step-7: Click the link in the e-mail to confirm your ownership of the Microsoft e-mail address being used to access Volume Licensing Service Center. I need access to the old accounts that must exist because I don't have all the licensing info on the products they represent - or it's spread out. Step-5: Go to the inbox for the e-mail address you provided. Second problem is not knowing what email those accounts might have been created under. I went through the create a new account using the admin account I want to be the contact.
They'll be emails and links to click, maybe have to add the parent program and licensing ids to the new user. Or, I just don't have the right info to do so. . . . . .