At the beginning of April, Microsoft has quietly introduced new security procedures that directly impact the Windows Vista activation process. According to the Redmond company’s perspective, the changes do nothing more than introduce improvements in the Windows Vista Activation 2.0.
Joseph Lumia, Account Technology Specialist Microsoft Enterprise Education provided an insight on the new security procedures for MAK/KMS key blocks, reissue or significant activation increase. “Microsoft is adding an additional check to certain requests concerning Volume Activation 2.0. This is in response to the request to have more institutional/organizational visibility for the key block/reissue requests that are occurring for the Windows Vista MAK/KMS scenarios,