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Windows 7 Thread, Keys Ahoy! in Technical; Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey Actually I've used it for both. Indeed, but why would you want to use pro if ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    Actually I've used it for both.
    Indeed, but why would you want to use pro if you have access to enterprise?

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    That wasn't the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    That wasn't the question.
    Right, edited original post for clarification to satisfy the editer I do consider Enterprise to be the only sensible choice in a school or business enviromnent though due to its avalibility of bitlocker and also its automated activation with a KMS rather than the command line nastyness that you need to perform to make business hit a KMS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    1) Both Enterprise and Professional but if you are installing it use Enterprise as it is much better (thanks to powdarrmonkey for clarification)
    2) No the KMS key is just for the KMS server, 7 enterprise automaticly talks to the KMS to activate itself, no key needed
    3) KMS is advertised through internal DNS and no you don't need to be a member of the domain, just running enterprise or pointing slmgr to the right address with a different version. MS has documts stating that you should secure your KMS (ie from the net) so that others can't activate off it.
    Sorry, I think I missed whichever thread it was, can you give me a link to powdarrmonkeys Pro v Enterprise clarification please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_Parker View Post
    Sorry, I think I missed whichever thread it was, can you give me a link to powdarrmonkeys Pro v Enterprise clarification please?
    It was in this thread.

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