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    Win7 Ent 32/64bit download via VOLUME LICENSING

    Hi guys, we are looking to deploy win7ent onsite and although i have access to the kms/mak key via the VL portal im unable to download a enterprise version of windows 7.... i do have windows 7 enterprise keys just not the iso download....

    i can get std/pro version only.....

    i have set for the media as one of the "benifits". but when i arrived, it was a 32bit upgrade only

    can anybody else shine any light on this....

    Thx

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    It should be avalible under the SA benifits download section, what kind of agreement do you have?

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    Ahh thx for your help.... its called Windows 7 VECD

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    Make sure you don't download the 'N' editions though. They do not include Windows Media Player.


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    The version i have seem to be the "N" versions...... can't i add media player via windows updates?

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    You can add WMP back to Windows 7 N via the Media Feature Pack, but you shouldn't have to do that.

    Do you have a TechNet subscription because you can also download Windows 7 Enterprise from there.

    Code:
    Windows 7 Enterprise with Service Pack 1 (x64)
    File Name: en_windows_7_enterprise_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677651.iso
    SHA-1:     A491F985DCCFB5863F31B728DDDBEDB2FF4DF8D1
    
    Windows 7 Enterprise with Service Pack 1 (x86)
    File Name: en_windows_7_enterprise_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677710.iso
    SHA-1:     4E0450AC73AB6F9F755EB422990CD9C7A1F3509C

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    yes i do (it seems) although i can't find the download just 90 day trial.... sorry i know im coming across as a newbie but your help is greatly appreciated

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