Get to Know Microsoft VOL Products by entering www.microsoft.com/licensing/servicecenter

Plagued by insufficient funds for buying Microsoft product key repeatedly? Or are there plenty of computers in your company need Microsoft products? Then, you’d better get to know Microsoft VOL Products by entering Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) at www.microsoft.com/licensing/servicecenter (Click the link in Reference Links at the bottom of this page to be redirected to the target page). Your visit may save you a lot of money. What are you waiting for?

Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center Introductions

You need a Microsoft account for the login to access the Volume Licensing Service Center, after your login, you can easily get the following services & benefits:

  • Download products and keys
  • Access all your licensing information in one location
  • View your relationship summary and license summary details
  • Review the status of your enrollments
  • Activate and consume Software Assurance benefits

You can buy products, enjoy the benefits and make your subscriptions in VLSC conveniently and seamlessly. Besides, you can also register, assign permissions to your products or access your licenses here.

Microsoft Volume Licenses Managing Introductions

Before you use the VLSC, make sure you have installed an up-to-date browser. The Volume Licensing Service Center is designed to work with Microsoft Internet Explorer properly and stably.

What’s more, you need a valid business email address and a Microsoft account to register to use the VLSC and access licensing information. The business email address must be the same with the listed one on your volume license agreement. If you do not have a Microsoft account, you can sign up for one for free. When you have registered and start to use the VLSC, you’ll need to validate your business email address by links, and these links will be sent to you by Microsoft.

If you need additional help, you can search for answers in FAQs or find the toll free number in Reference 3.

Reference Links

  1. Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center Page
  2. Microsoft VLSC FAQs Page