You must make sure that the <SkipRearm> setting is removed from the final unattended file that is used to deploy computers in a production environment. If <SkipRearm> is not removed from the unattended file that is used to deploy computers in a production environment, the KMS current client count does not increase for new clients that are added to the network.
The below Technet article describes skipRearm tag of Microsoft-Windows-Security-Licensing-SLC component
The Windows Software Licensing Rearm program restores the Windows system to the original licensing state. All licensing and registry data related to activation is either removed or reset. Also, any grace period timers are reset.
To run the Rearm process in Windows Vista and Windows 7, use one of the following methods:
Run Sysprep /generalizeon the computers that are used to build the custom Windows Vista image.
Run the Slmgr.vbs script in an elevated Command Prompt window. For example, run cscript c:\windows\system32\slmgr.vbs –rearm.
Note Administrative credentials are required to run the Rearm process. The Rearm process can be run a maximum of three times in a Windows Vista image. For more information about the System preparation Tool, visit the following link:
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