Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) served customer details

In December 2009, Microsoft transitioned their Microsoft Volume Licensing Site (MVLS) users to its new Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC), which allows Microsoft customers with a volume licensing agreement to download software, access product keys and take advantage of benefits such as training vouchers and planning services, is relied upon by thousands of organisations. Despite […]

In December 2009, Microsoft transitioned their Microsoft Volume Licensing Site (MVLS) users to its new Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC), which allows Microsoft customers with a volume licensing agreement to download software, access product keys and take advantage of benefits such as training vouchers and planning services, is relied upon by thousands of organisations. Despite Microsoft's planning and its scheduled downtime, many MS volume licence users have complained about Redmond’s lacklustre efforts to get its VLSC website fully operational for all its biz customers. Register reports that a reader Simon told about Microsoft’s latest boo boo “This morning I had to setup my access to our new volume subscription and on registering my email address it believes that I am someone called ******, ******** with an email address of *********************. I also have access to a large number of subscription information including company names and email addresses,” he said. “Seems they [Microsoft] haven't got their gremlins out of the system yet.” Simon also sent us screenshots of the details he was currently able to view via the site, but for obvious reasons we won't be republishing them here. Microsoft has apologised to customers for the hickups,” noted Register.