As I mentioned in my Changes coming to Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) August 15th post this morning, the new VLSC interface which is launching on August 15th brings with it a new user experience designed to improve your interaction with the site. Because the new interface provides you with some new functionality and changes the steps to access some of the other functionality, I thought I would post a “How to” here on my blog as sort of a “cheat sheet” showing you “How to” for some of the typical and/or requested activities on the new VLSC site.
|In the new VLSC interface, the “Pending Notifications” section on the VLSC main page has been moved from the middle of the page to the upper-right hand side, which you can see in the picture to the right.|
Accessing the Relationship Summary
Accessing Product Keys by Agreement (Licensing ID)
Accessing Product Keys by Organization
Find Products by Release Dates
|Click on the “Downloads and Keys” link on the VLSC Home page.|
|Click on either the Product name or the Description link for the Product to view the Release Date.|
Using Product Filters as Search
I hope the short“cheat sheet” above helps you to quickly see how you can accomplish these activities in the new VLSC interface coming in the August 15th update. As a reminder, we are conducting a webcast on August 11th called “What’s New with the VLSC” that you are all welcome to join us for. In addition, we have a couple of videos posted online that walk you through several pieces of the new VLSC user experience so you can get an even better feel for it before and after its launch. I have all of the links to these and the webcast registration in my Changes coming to Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) August 15th post from this morning, so I hope you will take a few moments to read that post if you have not already.
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