Windows 10 Enterprise is available for use by MIT faculty, staff, and students.
How to Obtain
IS&T recommends users subscribe to MIT's Windows Automatic Update Service (WAUS) to ensure that machines get approved security updates and patches.
Note: Windows domain users are automatically subscribed to MIT WAUS by default.
- Click the Proceed to licensing button on this page (MIT certificate required)
- IS&T recommends a clean install vs. an upgrade and will continue to support Windows 7 and 8.1 Enterprise. Migrating is a very involved process that requires a lot of preparation and planning.
Be sure to activate your machine. MIT's license for Microsoft Windows is automatically activated by way of a KMS server on the MIT Network.
Note: If you are using win.mit.edu, it will automatically activate.
- Pre-installed Windows RT on machines powered by ARM processors is not supported at this time.
- When upgrading from Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1, uninstall the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client first, otherwise the wireless network may no longer function.
- Upgrade editions