One way to verify that the Sign-In Assistant is installed is to check the Add/Remove Programs (Windows XP, Server 2003) or Programs and Features (Windows Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008) for the Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant:
Another is to open an Office 2010 application such as Word and go to File>Help and there to the right you will see the product licensing information - "Part of Microsoft Office <Edition> 2010 Subscription" will be listed there:
You can also verify Subscription by running the following command line using OSPP.vbs (part of the Office 2010 installation) that will show the current license name installed:
NOTE: This screenshot is from a x64 version of Windows. For a x86 version, the path would be "C:\Program Files\..."
The command will display "Office 14, OfficeProPlusSub-SubPrepid edition" if a Subscription license is present:
Q: Can Office 2010 Subscription be installed on a computer when the Subscription licenses have all been utilized on other computers?
A: Each Subscription user license allows for 5 activated installations on different devices. If an Administrator has already installed and activated Office Pro Plus 2010 Subscription on 5 different computers, and he or she attempts to activate a 6th computer with the Office 2010 Pro Plus Subscription license, the Online Services Sign-In Assistant will block the activation and prompt to remove one computer from the Subscription.
The following screenshots demonstrate what you will see:
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