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Using Windows 2012 R2 KMS for Activation of Volume-Licensed SystemsNow the configuration is over. Verify that a special DNS record pointing to your KMS server was created:nslookup -type=srv _vlmcs._tcp.corp.woshub.comThen get the information about the KMS server current status:slmgr.vbs /dlv (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();

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The KMS server that is activated with the KMS host key for Windows Server 2012 R2 (VOLUME_KMS_WS12_R2 channel) supports the activation of all Windows operating systems up to Windows 8.1 / Windows Server 2012 R2 (to activate Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016, you need to install a special update on KMS host and re-activate the KMS server with a new key).

Hi and thanks for the nice article. I actually have a question. We did the Volume_KMS_2012-R2_Win10 channel because we are deploying windows 10 in our environment. The server has been up for a couple of days, and we have hundreds of Win 10 clients and probably 40 Win 2012 R2 servers that would be requesting a license and yet we are not getting any activations. We also installed VAMT 3.1. We tried MS Activation support but they kept bouncing us between activation and activation support several times and we got no where.Can you give us some help?

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Almost 4 months have passed since the official release of Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2, so its time for system administrators to update their IT infrastructure for full support of those OS. In this article we will discuss KMS (Key Management Service) activation issues for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 on KMS server, roll out for the older Windows version. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();

After the update and the new key installation your KMS server will support client KMS activation for all Windows versions from Vista up to Win 8.1/ 2012 R2. var quads_screen_width = document.body.clientWidth;if ( quads_screen_width >= 1140 ) []).push();if ( quads_screen_width >= 1024 && quads_screen_width = 768 && quads_screen_width

This update extends the Key Management Service (KMS) for Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2012 to enable the enterprise licensing of Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2.KMS provides support for the following KMS client activations:

KMS uses a KMS host key to activate itself on a KMS host and to establish a local activation service in your environment. This update extends support for KMS to provide activation for Windows 8.1 and for Windows Server 2012 R2.Note: If this update is not installed, the follow error will occur when attempting to activate a Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 system:

To install a new KMS host key for Windows 8.1 activation or for Windows Server 2012 R2 activation, run the following command:cscript %windir%\system32\slmgr.vbs /ipk Note In this command, "" is a placeholder for the new KMS host key for Windows 8.1 activation or for Windows Server 2012 R2 activation.Important Every KMS host key is associated with a group of Windows editions. Additionally, a KMS host key that is associated with Windows client operating systems cannot be installed on Windows server operating systems, and vice-versa. This is true for all Windows operating systems except for Windows Server 2003. If you install a KMS host key on a Windows operating system that is not associated with that host key, you receive the following error message:

Note For information about which operating systems can be activated by a Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 KMS host, see the "Plan for Key Management Services activation" section of the following Microsoft TechNet webpage:

Before we start the roll out we need to either bring up a Windows Server 2012 R2 (or Windows 8.1) KMS host or upgrade the existing one that runs Windows Server 2012 or lower. In this example our KMS Service is running on Windows Server 2008 R2 so we need to do a couple of things.

Now you can install the new Windows 2012 R2 KMS key. If you run in to any issues here, restarting the KMS Service can help (("net stop sppsvc" and "net start sppsvc") . Try that first.

Done several W2K8R2 & W2K12 now. Same deal. The blog is written as stated against a W2K8R2 server. And what you are seeing is normal if it has a W2K8R2 KMS key atctivated. See also the screen shots here -server-2012-kms-service-activation/

We want to update our existing KMS Server (Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise incl. SP1) to activate Servers with Windows Server 2012 R2 Enterprise.This time we use the KMS Key for Windows Server 2012 Enterprise.On this KMS Host, we also provide the KMS Keys for Microsoft Office 2010 and Office 2013.

This is the second post in an ongoing series that discusses volume activation and management. This article shows the installation for installing KMS through server roles on a Windows Server 2012 or Windows 2012R2 Server. You can find all posts within this series on our Volume Activation for Windows channel.

With Microsoft Windows 2012 now having been out for a number of years, many IT administrators are updating their internal infrastructure and migrating to the newer Windows Server 2012 / 2012R2 operating systems. Although some of the roles can still be installed through the old methods, some of them now have more intuitive methods of installation by going directly through the server roles versus executing a command. This article shows a step-by-step of how to install a Key Management Service (KMS) host on a Windows Server 2012 / 2012R2 operating system by installing the correct server role.

Note: If you installed KMS on a 2012 or 2012R2 server via the command line described in this article, you can still run through this installation process to have your KMS server managed through Windows roles with minimal disruptions to your KMS services.

The next window will allow you to install the KMS host key. Since the OS being used in this case is a Windows Server 2012R2, I need to make sure I enter in a 2012R2 key. You will not be able to utilize a license for a different operating system. In my example below, since I already installed KMS through the command line method, Windows automatically detected that a KMS key was utilized and highlighted Skip to Configuration:

I am sure the key is correct, and I have the host key of 2019 already installed. I looked if there is an update to KMS on 2012R2 as the case has been for 2019, but apparently not yet, if anyone has an idea on how to get this going on 2012R2, help appreciated :)

I spoke to a Microsoft representative today since we are about to renew our Microsoft products plan, and there are no plans for extending Key Management Service (KMS) on 2012R2 to support Windows Server 2022 activation (or the installation of the 2022 KMS host keys).

As I mentioned earlier in the last comment, I was able to successfully upgrade the KMS server from 2012R2 to 2022 without any issues and installed the 2022 KMS host key. I also removed the 2019 KMS host key as it is no longer required.

I upgraded 47x 2012R2 servers during the last 10 days, I am stunned that all upgrades were successful, among which were servers for Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager, NPS, Certificate authority, Azure AD Sync, WDS, WSUS, KMS, and TFS.

You will need your highest available KMS key. It will activate everything below it. If you are licensed for Server 2016 Datacenter, add that key. It will activate Server 2016 Standard and Windows 10 2016 LTSB. If you are only licensed for Server 2012 Standard, use that key, etc.

Note: currently, there are no plans from Microsoft to release a hotfix to allow Server 2008 R2 KMS hosts to activate Server 2016/Windows 10 2016 LTSB. You MUST upgrade your KMS host to at least Server 2012.

So, Server 2016 was just released to me through my Volume Licensing account. However, I can't find an update for KMS (mine is running on Server 2012 R2) to allow for activating it with a KMS key yet. Any word on that?

Does anyone know if we will be able to activate Windows Server 2016 from a Windows 2008 R2 KMS server. Will there be an update to install on the KMS server like there was to be able to activate Windows 2012 R2?

This is my personal opinion, but there may not be one. 2008 R2 is now 3 versions back (2016, 2012 R2, 2012, 2008 R2) and is in extended support (5+ years old). You may be better off making a new KMS server on the latest version, or at least 2012 R2.

Windows Server 2012 and up are able to activate Windows Server 2016 KMS clients. Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 KMS hosts need to have the July 2016 rollup update installed prior to changing the KMS CSVLK to Windows Server 2016.


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