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s1ave77 posted a topic in Software ChatNOTE: When attempting to switch from default KMS to KMS38™ (LongLife) activation, run the KMS38 process by selecting from the drop-down-menu, then; if no Office is installed repeat process in 'Clean' mode (same menu), if Office is installed use 'Rearm'. Make sure the Office KMS activation is excluding Windows KMS38™. INFO: For adapted KMS_VL_ALL (Manual only) see download section beneath. In Windows 10 all systems no matter how they were activated (be it via Upgrade from Windows 7/8.1 or by using a bought Retail or an embedded BIOS aka MSDM license) will be converted to a Digital License which is based on the Hard Ware ID (HWID) of the respective machine. This License is stored at MS Servers and will activate this machine every time it's freshly installed. Only hardware changes will cause the License being invalidated. By binding it to a Microsoft Account (MSA) you will be able to transfer it in latter case. The process only needs to be performed once per machine. In later installs just skip any key prompts (choose 'I have no product key' during setup) and at first online contact the MS Server will regocnize the HWID and grant activation automatically. NOTE: When a Volume License version is installed from VLSC or MVS Business ISO, the default Retail/OEM key needs to be inserted to regain acticvation. It's actually quite simple and doesn't mess with any system files and leaked (*errrm stolen) keys. The ticket creation has been appropriately refined for each MS SKU edition so that the Manual Method below is fully applicable to all of them. The Automated Method has been included as well for an easiest activation and works with all MS SKU editions and was specifically devised for the following ones: Supported Windows 10 editions (SKUs): Core (Home) (N) <HWID/ KMS38™> CoreSingleLanguage (N) <HWID/ KMS38™> Professional (N) <HWID/ KMS38™> ProfessionalEducation (N) <HWID/ KMS38™> ProfessionalWorkstation (N)<HWID/ KMS38™> Education (N)<HWID/ KMS38™> Enterprise (N)<HWID/ KMS38™> EnterpriseS (N) 2015 <HWID> EnterpriseS (N) 2016 <HWID/ KMS38™> EnterpriseS (N) <KMS38™> ServerStandard(Core) (N) <KMS38™> ServerDatacenterCore) (N) <KMS38™> ServerSolution(Core) (N) <KMS38™> REWORKED MANUAL PROCESS FOR HWID AND KMS38: Prerequisites: # the files: Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9580116/manual.7z.html # key and SKU-ID see the respective info TXT in files pack. The Process: #1. Copy files to a work folder, create exclusion in AV or disable temporarily. I will use d:\work as example. #2. Install default generic key. Volume key (gVLK) for KMS38 or OEMRET for HWID. cscript.exe %windir%\system32\slmgr.vbs /ipk XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX #2.a KMS38 only: Create dummy KMS adress entry using the demo IP range. cscript.exe %windir%\system32\slmgr.vbs -skms 192.0.2.69:1833 #3. Depending on the process choice rename respective slshim DLL version to slc.dll #3.a LTSB 2015 only: rename gatherosstateLTSB15.exe to gatherosstate.exe (rename or overwrite the other). #4. Create TargetSKU.txt containing the SKU-ID for your edition. #5. Run gatherosstate.exe by (double-)clicking. #6. To apply ticket: clipup -v -o -altto d:\work\ (note the trailing \) #6.a HWID only: force activation with: cscript.exe %windir%\system32\slmgr.vbs /ato #7. DONE. Congrats. AUTOMATED METHOD: In case any VPN is used, deactivate it for the process duration. Same applies for Antivirus. NOTE: The tool performs several system checks and may need a moment to appear (depending on your system specs), no need to panic, just wait a moment. Thanks. CHANGELOG: Silent Mode: For SetupComplete.cmd see the Spoiler or download $OEM$ folder: USE 'EXTRACT HERE' TO CREATE CORRECT FOLDER STRUCTURE! Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9720058/_oem_.7z.html hwid.kms38.gen.mk6 hwid hwid.kms38.gen.mk6 kms38 HWID.KMS38™GEN DOWNLOAD: MIRROR1: Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9714080/thk3_mk6.7z.html Exe hashes: BLAKE2sp: b84887f89ad8dd22b2e826912a174923dd59de7b0ab6823dfb272cd9f399592d SHA-1: 50ab8835225c4e3b3a1d9873d90e4f14f5620aa8 SHA-256: 20f04eb3167167737ac782b707c9da404dc8fddebe06b89c6b089b0f2556f547 SHA-384: b185dfc75fff87739bc9cc3832c9add81fb7d408d4f2b2cc2069818f2cdd43c728dea9f817a1e9109c310cfcabc7d91f SHA3-224: cbd4363c4842b5c6dc0fa822e0219db48f56c17ea584f68ebb447b77 SHA3-256: 56dfb425845d600bb1d924c517f1079300e2d0c27c261acdc4ad839f3e51ccbb
DR_ADHAM posted a topic in Software NewsThe name of the next Windows 10 feature update known as build 1903 or 19H1 may be called the April 2019 Update based on the output of the Get-VMHostSupportedVersion PowerShell command. Windows sleuth Tero Alhonen, who commonly seeks out Windows secrets before Microsoft announces them, used the Get-VMHostSupportedVersion on a recent version of the Windows 10 Insider Build 19H1 development branch and the command returned what could be the name of the next update. This returned name is "Microsoft Windows 10 April 2019 Update/Server 1903" as shown below. VMHostSupportedVersion showing April 2019 Update The PowerShell command Get-VMHostSupportedVersion, is used to list all the Hyper-V virtual machine configurations that are are supported on the host where the command is run. This command will list all of the previous versions of Windows 10, with the October 2018 Update build 1809 being the latest version. In addition, the command will typically list soon-to-be released versions of the operating systems, which in this case is being called the April 2019 Update. The upcoming build 1903 update will include new features such as the Windows Sandbox, improved Windows Security features such as Tamper Protection, the splitting of Search and Cortana, Reserved Storage, and much more. As we get closer to the release of the 19H1, we will post an article describing all of the new features. Source
One of the free software tools was recently updated - called Windows 10 Initial Setup Script- This is a script for Windows 10, Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 systems that allows you to disable the features of Windows 10 (and other supported systems) that do not interest with a simple double click. "Windows 10 Initial Setup Script" allows you to disable the features of Windows 10 that do not affect and it can be executed several times: it happens that some feature updates or updates distributed through Windows Update automatically re-enable features that you preferred to disable. "Windows 10 Initial Setup Script" allows you to automatically apply a series of changes to the following areas: - privacy settings - optimizations at the level of basic services of Windows 10 - user interface - system applications and their execution The compressed archive contains 6 files and the two most important are "Default.preset" and "Default.cmd" You must open the Default.preset file with notepad and check where the "#" symbol is located. Modifications that do not have the initial # symbol will be automatically applied on Windows 10. Interventions that show the # symbol will instead be ignored during the execution of the script. You can choose where to leave, put or remove the symbol # After this operation exit and save the file without changing the name and / or extension Run Default.cmd as administrator and the chosen changes will be applied and the system reboot The script can be started several times if you are not convinced of the choices made even by re-enabling previously disabled functions I tested it on win 10 home 64 bit and it seems to work well source and download : https://github.com/Disassembler0/Win10-Initial-Setup-Script#faq
Hola amigos. I have the following problem: when I click into a link, o I do copy and paste one, the inthernet navigators don't work. Firefox tells me "fault secure conexion" and Microsoft Edge tells "we can not access to this web site". Win 10 Pro and KIS 2016 (checked SSL 2.0 Protocol). Vicenta