Microsoft 'TechNet Licenses Downgrade' Is Just a Web Issue

Over last week, many TechNet Standard subscribers discovered that, suddenly the number of available product keys they had for Windows 7, Office 2010, and other products had dropped from 10 to just 2. That turns out just a web issue, and not a policy change.This is a web site issue. Our TechNet team is working […]

Over last week, many TechNet Standard subscribers discovered that, suddenly the number of available product keys they had for Windows 7, Office 2010, and other products had dropped from 10 to just 2. That turns out just a web issue, and not a policy change.

This is a web site issue. Our TechNet team is working on it. Sorry for the inconvenience.

When it is fixed, subscribers can request 10 product keys again.

So that's good news, of course. On the other hand, each product key can be used on up to 10 different PCs, so even with just two keys, you're looking at 20 installs.

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