Yesterday, Chris Trimmer from WWLP described in a Webcast some of the changes recently made in our Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) with more information on improvements to the site.

As you may know (especially if you are a Microsoft Volume License customer), the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) is an online tool helps customers and partners manage VL program agreements, get access to licensed products and associated product VL keys. Registered partners and customers may access the VLSC here.

The February 3 Partner Webcast has more info from the VLSC team on "the enhancements make it easier for you and your customers to manage Microsoft Volume Licensing agreements, download licensed products, and access volume license keys."

Eric noted on the Microsoft SMB Blog that the Webcasts for Partners is now available

"Last week I announced that Microsoft would be running a series of Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) Webcasts for Partners through Academy Live to take place on February 3rd, and it was great to see all of the Partners who joined us for these sessions yesterday!  Thank you for your participation.  One question that was asked during the session yesterday, as well as by some who were unable to attend live yesterday was, “Is this session going to be available to view as a recording afterwards?”  The answer is, “Yes,” the session was recorded and the replay is now posted and available for viewing.  Here is how to view the replay: CLICK HERE "

 

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