How to know whether one key has been activated Microsoft product sheet in the organization?

How to find out what your computers Windows was activated with the same key?

Describe the situation. Is the key to Win 10 subscription EAS. You have 70 computers, 40 of them activated using this key (he did). In the rest of the computers are Win10 but it is not clear what key they are activated (the previous admin quit). I thought about all the components of the program Produkey, then compare the keys and find some companies used a key from a subscription and what is left keys. But Produkey shows what the game. That is, even those 40ти computers where I personally entered the subscription key, Produkey shows different keys. ShowKeyPlus tried again - same thing.
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March 19th 20 at 08:27
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March 19th 20 at 08:29
Solution
Absolutely advised - we must begin... with the accounting Department. That is going to girls, say you need info about purchasing products from M$. And see which versions, how many, on what legal entity (very important!) was purchased.
Of course, labels must be pasted. But they are seen only if the test is to Tick behind :) With more or less normal check - start with accounting and the same question - show me the proof of purchase N licenses M products?
In parallel, I highly recommend the program 10-Strike (no, it's not advertising, I'm just a user). Recommend even buy - it is Russian, the price is imputed. This program will collect all data and products of M$ and other things. This is called "inventory SOFTWARE".
Thank you. But dear @ardella.Keeble and tell me how to find out whether it is possible to use the products Microsoft subsidiaries? Subscription EAS bought not we are a parent organization. Ask them to send you the text of the agreement, there will be all written? Sorry for the stupid questions I'm just getting started with this theme - Loyal_Robel16 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:32
Ask or Google, or at the very M$. I see no reasons why it would be impossible to M$ to apply. - ardella.Keeble commented on March 19th 20 at 08:35

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