How to determine what server licenses we are entitled to use

Brent Parkin 0 Reputation points

I need to determine what server licenses my company has purchased over the last few years. Over the last 10 years they went from an MSP back to having inhouse Admins (two of them before me). As I simplify their network from having too many servers (virtual) to an appropriate number. I need to find out what the company is entitled to use and have no idea who to contact to find the information. Accounting has not been helpful since the previous Admins would expense things on their charge cards making the purchases unsearchable in our system.

What a fiasco. Any help who and where to contact Microsoft to get their help would be appreciated.

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Windows Server
A family of Microsoft server operating systems that support enterprise-level management, data storage, applications, and communications.
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  1. Miguel Gonçalves | AVANADE 961 Reputation points

    Hi Brent Parkin

    For Volume Licensing, my suggestion is that you can contact Microsoft’s Volume License Key Assisted Support

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  2. Hania Lian 11,031 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor


    We recommend that you can log in Microsoft 365 admin center to find out the licenses that have been purchased. course, you need to log in with the same account you used to purchase the licenses.

    If the issue still can't be solved, you can contact VLSC support:

    More details you can refer to this link:

    Hope this helps.

    Best Regards,

    Hania Lian


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