So yeah, the LOL is on you my friend.
Actually, it's available at the cost of tuitionNo kidding...there's probably $50k worth of MS software available here and it's all for freeeeeeeee
Business users are much easier to audit then a home user, since business should be on the proper software license. You can use it for business, but it's a big gamble if you get on Redmond's radar, and MS business lawyers aren't puppies..Question - In the list of programs available to me, I probably have $50k worth of MS software available...all for free. According to the EULA I have to agree to before downloading any of it, I can use it as long as it's for an educational purpose or "personal business" but not for commercial.
My question is...why?
Educated guess - Because MS figures the kids who use it will get accustomed to it and then put recommendations in to their future employers to buy the software? That's the only logical thing I can think of.
How did you get the three additional keys?