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Can you help me with my software licensing question?

Before i go and install Windows 7 RTM i wanted to know how many keys are availble from a Single MSDN Volumne License Subsription? Are there any limits?

Also, when Win7 is offially released do i need to change the RTM key?

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marked as duplicate by Scott Pack, voretaq7 Feb 11 '12 at 3:11

This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.

Wouldn't it be more appropriate to ask Microsoft? – John Gardeniers Aug 13 '09 at 8:16
Indeed. You pay MS good money for MDSN or TechNet, if you have questions about it, just ask them. – ThatGraemeGuy Aug 13 '09 at 9:32

See official explanation at

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MSDN software is for development and test only (with the exception of one instance of Office for MSDN editions including Office), and usually limited to 10 instances.

In the past MSDN activating keys have been documented as limited to 10 activations, but appears to be possible to get more (or the counts reset). But then I've never pushed the limit.

Normal retail keys don't have a hard activation limit, its more of a limit on the rate of activations.

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