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MS WIN XP Pro licensing


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wadeb_21

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I have a quick question about win xp pro licensing. I was wondering is it possible to request more product keys to the verison of win xp pro that I have, and if so is that microsoft I have to go through to do that. Because I know you can buy volume licensing however I don't want to purchase the actual program agian when i already have it. Can anyone please help or at least point me in the right direction? Thank you
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if you're wanting more licensing for the product....you can get volume licensing...i think you have to order a minimum of 5 licenses for it to qualify.....you can do this through any local computer supplier...or i think directly through MS.....but..you don't exactly get that much of a price break...not sure on the full pricing (haven't had to order volume in a while)..but i know that they charge you around the same as a normal license for each...
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if you're wanting more licensing for the product....you can get volume licensing...i think you have to order a minimum of 5 licenses for it to qualify.....you can do this through any local computer supplier...or i think directly through MS.....but..you don't exactly get that much of a price break...not sure on the full pricing (haven't had to order volume in a while)..but i know that they charge you around the same as a normal license for each...


Thanks for the imput dsenette. I apreciate it. Have a good day.
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