Office 2010 Activating...but KMS count on server does nt seem high enough !
A few weeks ago we upgraded a suite of XP/Office 2003 to windows 7/Office 2010
Unfortunately we had the wrong key embedded in the image so we've run the following on each workstation:
Change product key to : Office Professional Plus 2010
Use add remove programs...
rearm Office 2010 installation
Run C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform\ospprearm. exe
@ C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14> run "cscript ospp.vbs /act"
We've checked that the CMID is different on each PC with the /dcmid command and that when opening any office application it is saying it is activated.
I've amended our network install folder for office 2010 and now changed the key to the correct one and one-off installs also activate successfully and generate a unique CMID.
I've just checked on our KMS server with the command : slmgr / dlv
and our current count for Office 2010 is only 10 even though we now have Office 2010 installed on around 70 workstations.
Should I be worried even though each PC with office 2010 is now saying it's activated?
My KMS server is Windows Server 2003.
Are there any commands I can run on the KMS server to see past activations and check which machines are currently the "ten"?