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Getting ready to upgrade several Win7 machines upgraded to Win10. The plan is to replace the old hard drives with SSDs and upgrade RAM. Then install Win10. Therefore, because it is a fresh install on a new drive, need the full Win10 O/S. But, as I look over the "Special Rules..." I see this:
Eligible organizations may place only one request ever...
Am I to interpret it verbatim? "One Request Ever" seems quite final. So, if I ordered, say 10 licenses today, does this mean I'm done? I will not be able to purchase another 10 in the future?
According to the rules for orders of Microsoft Windows: "Eligible organizations may place only one request ever for Microsoft Get Genuine Windows operating system products. Additionally, these products may not be returned. The request may be for up to 50 licenses of any combination of Get Genuine products." So, yes, you would be able to request additional licenses up to a total of 50. Thereafter, you can purchase license upgrades.
Hope this helps clear things up. If you still have any questions, please let us know.
Sicnerely,SusanTechSoup Social Media Manager
Thnaks susan for the answer... got me off the edge
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