Automatic Virtual Machine Activation

Windows Server Datacenter edition with the Hyper-V host role installation Required for Automatic Virtual Machine Activation!!!

Listed AVMA License Keys are applicable for: Windows Server 2022. Windows Server 2019, Windows Server Semi-Annual Channel, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2.

Automatic Virtual Machine Activation (AVMA) acts as a proof-of-purchase mechanism, helping to ensure that Windows products are used in accordance with the Product Use Rights and Microsoft Software License Terms.

AVMA lets you install virtual machines on a properly activated Windows server without having to manage product keys for each individual virtual machine, even in disconnected environments. AVMA binds the virtual machine activation to the licensed virtualization server and activates the virtual machine when it starts up. AVMA also provides real-time reporting on usage and historical data on the license state of the virtual machine. Reporting and tracking data is available on the virtualization server. 

Practical applications

On virtualization servers that are activated using Volume Licensing or OEM licensing, AVMA offers several benefits.

Server datacenter managers can use AVMA to do the following:

There are no product keys to manage and no stickers on the servers to read. The virtual machine is activated and continues to work even when it is migrated across an array of virtualization servers.

Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA) partners and other hosting providers do not have to share product keys with tenants or access a tenant's virtual machine to activate it. Virtual machine activation is transparent to the tenant when AVMA is used. Hosting providers can use the server logs to verify license compliance and to track client usage history.

System requirements

The virtualization host that will run virtual machines needs to be activated. Keys can be obtained through the Volume Licensing Service Center or your Microsoft Partner like us or your OEM provider. HalfRain eStore & CoreYZ Network

AVMA requires Windows Server Datacenter edition with the Hyper-V host role installed. The operating system version of the Hyper-V host determines which versions of operating system can be activated in a virtual machine. Here are the guests that the different version hosts can activate.

How to implement AVMA

The virtual machine will automatically activate the license against the virtualization server.

The following AVMA keys can be used for Windows Server 2022 | For Getting Base or Core license please visit here.

Edition

Datacenter

Standard

AVMA key

W3GNR-8DDXR-2TFRP-H8P33-DV9BG 

YDFWN-MJ9JR-3DYRK-FXXRW-78VHK 

The following AVMA keys can be used for Windows Server 2019 | For Getting Base or Core license please visit here.

Edition

Datacenter

Standard

Essentials

AVMA key

H3RNG-8C32Q-Q8FRX-6TDXV-WMBMW

TNK62-RXVTB-4P47B-2D623-4GF74 

2CTP7-NHT64-BP62M-FV6GG-HFV28 

The following AVMA keys can be used for Windows Server, versions 1909, 1903, and 1809.

Edition

Datacenter

Standard

AVMA key

H3RNG-8C32Q-Q8FRX-6TDXV-WMBMW

TNK62-RXVTB-4P47B-2D623-4GF74

The following AVMA keys can be used for Windows Server, version 1803 and 1709.

Edition

Datacenter

Standard

AVMA key

TMJ3Y-NTRTM-FJYXT-T22BY-CWG3J

C3RCX-M6NRP-6CXC9-TW2F2-4RHYD

The following AVMA keys can be used for Windows Server 2016 | For Getting Base or Core license please visit here.

Edition

Datacenter

Standard

Essentials

AVMA key

TMJ3Y-NTRTM-FJYXT-T22BY-CWG3J 

C3RCX-M6NRP-6CXC9-TW2F2-4RHYD

B4YNW-62DX9-W8V6M-82649-MHBKQ 

The following AVMA keys can be used for Windows Server 2012 R2  | For Getting Base or CPU license please visit here.

Edition

Datacenter

Standard

Essentials

AVMA key

Y4TGP-NPTV9-HTC2H-7MGQ3-DV4TW 

DBGBW-NPF86-BJVTX-K3WKJ-MTB6V 

K2XGM-NMBT3-2R6Q8-WF2FK-P36R2 

Reporting and tracking

The registry (KVP) on the virtualization server provides real-time tracking data for the guest operating systems. Because the registry key moves with the virtual machine, you can get license information as well. By default the KVP returns information about the virtual machine, including the following:

This page Original Source is Microsoft: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/get-started/automatic-vm-activation

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