Windows 11 ISO and key not on VLSC

Hoxworth, Christian 21 Reputation points

I am trying to download the ISO for Windows 11 from VLSC but it is not in the list of products.
I just got access to VLSC today and I'm not familiar with the normal wait time to get ISOs up there.
To my knowledge we have a current EA with MSFT for O365 E5/F3 licenses. We also have SA as we were receiving SATv credits up until this year and I'm fairly confident we included that in our EA.
I am unsure what other requirements or steps need to be completed to see W11 in the list or if it's just a patience thing.
Any tips would be welcome.

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  1. Hemmelman, Keith 131 Reputation points

    You can download the Home/Pro/Education version of Windows 11 from the media creation site, but for us paying customers in an enterprise, we always have to wait for the Enterprise ISO to get posted to VLSC. Not sure why we have to always wait, but we do. And nobody knows when it will show up on VLSC. Basically whenever someone at Microsoft gets around to it.

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  1. John Rea 11 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    The ISO and keys for new releases usually follow the GA by a few days to a week.

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  2. Hemmelman, Keith 131 Reputation points

    I had read that blog a few days ago. It references "Times may differ for downloads to be available in the VLSC and similar channels across all products, markets, and languages."

    Glad to hear it is available for some. As of 3:41PM CST - 10/06/2021, there are no downloads available for Windows 11 yet for me when I log into VLSC. (Perhaps tomorrow.)

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  3. Limitless Technology 39,506 Reputation points

    Hi there,

    It is the patience game here, it might take a couple of days to get the latest ISO from the volume licensing site.
    As you are new this might help you with steps


    If the reply is helpful, please Upvote and Accept it as an answer

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  4. Darrell Gorter 1,471 Reputation points

    It's up on VLSC, i checked with someone with access and they can see.

    Plus this blog states it's there , maybe not all languages
    Tools to support Windows 11 deployment