Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
When you try to use a Multiple Activation Key (MAK) or the Key
Management Service (KMS) to perform Volume Activation on one or more
Windows Vista-based computers, you may receive error codes.
This issue may occur if the KMS host is installed, and the KMS host is not activated.
To troubleshoot this issue, verify that the key that is used is the MAK that was provided by Microsoft.
Use online activation or telephone activation to activate the KMS host.
See Contact Microsoft.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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