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kbeahm posted this 22 June 2018

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I must be overlooking something obvious.  When I load the Office 2016 KMS key using Active Directory-Based Activation, it seems to overwrite the existing KMS key for Visio 2016 … and vice versa.  AD domain and forest levels are 2008R2 with schema version 69.   Thank you in advance for your time.  Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.  

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bdesmond posted this 22 June 2018

AFAIK that’s expected. The O2016 key should activate subsets like Visio.

 



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