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Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise

  •  The release of Windows 7 has made life easier for the user. Tasks are simplified and the user can now focus more efficiently on projects such as sharing files and printers, jump lists, screen size snaps and more
  •  Windows 7 improves performance and provides full 64-bit support.
Vendor Microsoft
Platform Windows. View system requirements.
Who can
Download from
Software Depot?
Campus Tech Only
Software Depot Installation Policy

CSU, Long Beach participates in the CSU-Microsoft Campus Agreement. It is a program coordinated by Academic Technology Services. The license requires division, department or college technologists to install Microsoft products, such as Microsoft Windows 7, on university-owned workstations. Contact your division, department or college technologist for assistance.

Ordering Faculty, staff and students may purchase Windows 7 at the University Computer Store for personally owned computers used primarily for university business. Contact your division, department or college technologist for assistance.

Product Details

Key Features

Windows 7 is designed to meet the needs of business organizations of all sizes. Windows 7 will help keep PCs running smoothly and more securely. Windows 7 also offers powerful new ways to organize, find, and share information while staying better connected whether you are in the office or on the road. This helps your business to run more efficiently than ever before.

Learn more about Windows 7 at Microsoft .

Product functionality and graphics may vary based on your system configuration. Some features may require advanced or additional hardware.

Installation and Activation

Volume Activation 2.0 is a new requirement in the Windows 7 operating system and Windows Server Code Name "Longhorn," which requires activation of each Windows 7 / Longhorn license acquired under a Volume License agreement. Future Microsoft products will also use this new licensing system. Volume Activation 2.0 is designed to help increase protection and to help better manage the Volume License keys in managed and non-managed environments as well as provide flexible deployment options. The process has varying levels of transparency for end users, and the Volume Activation 2.0 solution works in a variety of environments. Volume Activation 2.0 provides the campus with two types of keys and three methods of activation.

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Campus-owned Computers

If software you download from Software Depot is in the ISO format and your CD-burning software does not support ISO images, OAT recommends downloading ISO Recorder . The ISO format can easily be duplicated for installation on your department's computers.

Microsoft Windows 7 is part of the CSULB Microsoft Campus Agreement Program. Activate the product using CSULB's volume license key ( serial number ) for this product during the installation process or during the migration.

The license key is displayed as part of the product details in Software Depot. Log in to Software Depot and then click on the "My Software" link in the upper left hand corner of the page. Click on the link labeled "Secure Download" for the product and activation code.

Personally-owned Computers

The University's Volume Licensing Media and keys may NOT be used for Microsoft Windows 7 installations on personally owned computers used primarily for university business. For those installations, faculty and staff must purchase a media kit from the bookstore.


Please submit questions, problems or suggestions regarding the Microsoft Windows 7 license.

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