Thank you, despite my initial impressions to the contrary I did have
a subset of CDs that had the right part number.
At 11:00 AM 3/20/2006, you wrote:
>And now that I've actually read your email, I see that you've
>already used the mapping tool to arrive at part number C5E-00076. I
>did receive CDs with that number on the label as the End Item Part No.
>Ann Brainard-Dougan wrote:
>>A question for those who deal with maintaining the media
>>library. Am I missing something or is it sometimes very difficult
>>to determine what is what with regard to media? I have a client
>>who purchased a license for Visual Studio 2005, Microsoft part
>>number C5E-00170. I have media for Visual Studio 2005 but there
>>are 50 disks and none are labeled in such a way that I can build
>>sets based on version. When I use the license to media mapping
>>function via the volume licensing services page I find that the CD
>>kit is part number C5E-00076. None of the 50 CDs I have show this
>>number either on the CD label or on the back of the sleeve where it
>>says "media set."
>>This is usually not a problem with 1 and 2 disk media sets but this
>>one is just monstrous. Anyone out there actually familiar with the
>>product install and able to save me the hours it will take to unravel this?
>>(203) 737-6021 phone
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