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MKS Toolkit 9.3 Simplified Installation and Product ActivationFull Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 CompatibilityMicrosoft Visual Studio 2010 Beta SupportKerberos Authentication Support for Connectivity SuiteNew POSIX pax Archive FormatImproved smtpmailUTF8 Support in NuTCRACKER PlatformUpdated openssh/openssl in NuTCRACKER PlatformUpdated X11 Runtime Libraries New Features in Previous Releases Hardware and Software Requirements Installing MKS Toolkit Silent and Administrative InstallationsAdditional Components on the MKS Toolkit CD Uninstalling MKS Toolkit Uninstalling MKS Toolkit 8.x or 9.xUninstalling Previous Versions of MKS Toolkit Activating MKS Toolkit Known Issues Customer Support Additional MKS Toolkit Resources Fixed Problems Fixed Problems in Previous Releases

1) Get your new WS2019 KMS host key from the VLSC2) Deploy a new server running Windows Server 20193) Install the Volume Activation Services role4) Install the KMS host key, activate your KMS host and update the SRV (_VLMCS) record in DNS by pointing it to the new KMS server

KMS keys are no longer pre-assigned to Open agreements as use of MAK (Multiple Activation Key) keys is the preferred method for activation.KSM keys can be assigned, by exception, to Open customers who meet the minimum KMS activation threshold for Windows Server, OS, and Office. To request such an exception, please submit a Web Form request to VLSC Support.

MKS Toolkit version 9.3 is copy protected and requires activationagainst the MKS Activation Server (located at )to operate. The software is node fixed (that is, it is attached to asingle computer system) and user counted (the Named AuthenticatedUsers must be specified and are enforced). This activation takes placeafter installation, so you need to plan your product rollout so youdo not find yourself with unactivated software on users’ machines.

1) Install the Volume Activation Services role on any of the hosts running Windows Server 2012 2) Deploy a new server running Windows Server 2012 3) Install the volume activation policy configuration tool on the new Windows Server (use the « Add role » option on the Role Selection page)