Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center training and resources
Learn how to manage your Volume Licenses, grant permissions, view account details, and download software.
You should know
When you reserve Online Services, be sure to choose the correct product for your company. Select an Add-on only if the agreement that you are working on has active Software Assurance coverage with eligible licenses.
What is the VLSC?
The Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) makes managing your licenses simple. With the VLSC, you can:
- Access your licensing information in one location.
- View all agreements or purchases in your organization.
- Easily access a licensing summary that illustrates all entitlements by product and version.
- View all assigned product keys and download products.
Ready to manage your volume licenses?
The VLSC enables you to access your licensing information in one place. To use it, just go to the Volume Licensing Service Center and click Sign in.
Before you use the VLSC, make sure that you have an up-to-date browser installed. The Volume Licensing Service Center was designed to work best with Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Also, you’ll need a valid business email address and a Microsoft account to register to use the VLSC and access licensing information. The business email address must be the same one that is listed on your volume license agreement. If you do not have a Microsoft account, you can sign up for one for free. When you register to use the VLSC, you’ll need to you validate your business email address by using links that will be provided in an invitation email from Microsoft. If you need additional help, contact your Microsoft Regional Service Center.
Watch videos to help you get started with the VLSC
If you have an Open agreement, you can take advantage of a simplified process for activating online services through the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC). Updates to the process include the following improvements:
- Keys to activate your online service are automatically entered for you, so that you no longer have to copy and paste them from one place to another.
- A new section in the VLSC Frequently Asked Questions provides answers to common questions about online services activation.
If you use the VLSC to manage your online services, you can continue to activate services there. The new Online Service Activations tab in the VLSC makes it easy to find the right page.
To use Microsoft online services, such as Office 365, you and other users in your organization need to sign in to them by using an Organizational Account. If you are an administrator, you can create this Organizational Account to enable those in your organization to sign in.
If you don’t use the VLSC and are subscribing to online services only, you can activate your online services by using a faster process that does not involve the VLSC.