Software Assurance: Why do I have a key for Expression Web?
So, my new school recently entered into a Microsoft Schools Agreement. Everything is largely as I expected, having used it a bit at my previous school (the NM took care of most of it there), but there is one thing puzzling me.
In my Volume License Product Keys section, I have a key for Expression Web. I didn't specifically order it. Every other key in the list is for a product I specifically ordered, and expected to be there. Did this come thrown in with something? I know Expression Studio comes with the High School MSDNAA that you get with a Schools Agreement, but I haven't even activated that benefit yet.
(For reference, the things I actually ordered were the Desktop School pack (Office, Windows, Core CALs), DPM, Exchange, and some Windows Server licences.)
Can anyone shed any light?