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Microsoft Activation Script - (Fork, Open Source & clean from AV's detection)

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jonaaa20
1 hour ago, mehdibleu said:

Good job my friend.

Thank you for making this tool available to all members here.

There is already tool here created by @s1ave77 which allows to do the same (permanent activation with digital license) so is there any difference compared to the other tool that we should know about your tool ?

 

No false positives. That's the only difference.

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WindowsAddict
1 hour ago, mehdibleu said:

Good job my friend.

Thank you for making this tool available to all members here.

There is already tool here created by @s1ave77 which allows to do the same (permanent activation with digital license) so is there any difference compared to the other tool that we should know about your tool ?

Thanks. :)

this tool is 100% false positives free, while other tools arent. 

1 hour ago, erp-ster0 said:

 

it should also activate ltsb 2015 as well

recent versions of @s1ave77's tool activate both ltsb 2015 & ltsb 2016 versions

I don't know about that. I've not tested it on LTSB 2015

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WindowsAddict
5 minutes ago, s1ave77 said:

Gives your version a notice that your tool is used or does it run silently when used in $OEM$ folder.. In latter case people can charge money by using this method and the users who buy won't ever know they are victims of a fraud.

okay, thanks. give me some time to understand all this, I'll try to find a way to solve this.

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jonaaa20
51 minutes ago, WindowsAddict said:

okay, thanks. give me some time to understand all this, I'll try to find a way to solve this.

 

What he's trying to say is you need to implement a MESSAGE when you use the silent command like this:

"This windows isn't genuine, if you paid for this copy you were a victim of a fraud" or something similar, that's what he's trying to say.

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tordenflesk

How long am i meant to be "stuck" on the "Just a moment" part of windows setup with this?

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coolkips
12 hours ago, s1ave77 said:

I actually pulled the CMD version to make it harder to exploit that trick in order to make money with pre-activated ISOs without any notice.

 

Now you open that can of worms again. Hope you at least enjoy that little moment of fame.

It was spreadout from this tool I think:

KMS & Digital Activation Suite 5.2
https://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/316362-software-updates-roll-up-26-june-2018post-downtime-1-july-2018/

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jonaaa20
45 minutes ago, coolkips said:

It was spreadout from this tool I think:

KMS & Digital Activation Suite 5.2
https://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/316362-software-updates-roll-up-26-june-2018post-downtime-1-july-2018/

 

This tool was posted on MDL too, got deleted 1 hour later I think.

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WindowsAddict

Updated to 2.0

ChangeLog

- Changed the name to "W10 Digital Licence Generator"

- If the system is permanently activated then activation will skip.

- Improved readme.

Edited by WindowsAddict

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mephistooo2
1 hour ago, WindowsAddict said:

Updated to 2.0

ChangeLog

- Changed the name to "W10 Digital Licence Generator"

- If the system is permanently activated then activation will skip.

- Improved readme.

 

You must to change the license check part of the W10_Digital_Licence_Generator.cmd file like this:

if [%errorlevel%]==[1] goto :Licensed
if [%errorlevel%]==[0] goto :GenerateHWIDA

Then the license check works correct

Edited by mephistooo2

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WindowsAddict
4 minutes ago, mephistooo2 said:

 

You need to change the license check part of the W10_Digital_Licence_Generator.cmd file like this:

if [%errorlevel%]==[1] goto :Licensed
if [%errorlevel%]==[0] goto :GenerateHWIDA

 

by doing that, I'm getting opposite results.

this is giving me the correct result

if [%errorlevel%]==[0] goto :Licensed
if [%errorlevel%]==[1] goto :GenerateHWIDA

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mephistooo2
2 minutes ago, WindowsAddict said:

by doing that, I'm getting opposite results. 

this is giving me the correct result

if [%errorlevel%]==[0] goto :Licensed
if [%errorlevel%]==[1] goto :GenerateHWIDA 

 

When I test the code in this way, although Windows is permanently licensed, the script is re-activating.

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WindowsAddict
1 minute ago, mephistooo2 said:

 

When I test the code in this way, although Windows is permanently licensed, the script is re-activating.

, i did many tests with kms activated and in unlicenced state, the script is working fine here as expected.

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mephistooo2
1 minute ago, WindowsAddict said:

, i did many tests with kms activated and in unlicenced state, the script is working fine here as expected. 

 

OK :)

 

I just wrote my own test result :)

 

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WindowsAddict
Just now, mephistooo2 said:

 

OK :)

 

 
I just wrote my own test result :)

 

thanks you, :) i'll test in another system more.

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WindowsAddict

anyone pls confirm if the script is correctly detecting permanent activation, or not?

 

the script is first suppose to check if the system is permanently activated or not, if activated then skip the activation and if not then activate it.

 

mephistooo2 posted that script is not working correctly but my various test in 2 different system shows script is working fine.

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WindowsAddict
1 hour ago, mephistooo2 said:

 

OK :)

 

 
I just wrote my own test result :)

 

could you pls run it and post the result. thanks

@echo off
:CheckWindows
mode con cols=60 lines=25
echo Checking Windows Activation Status...
cscript /nologo c:\windows\system32\slmgr.vbs /xpr | findstr /i /c:" permanently "> NUL 2>&1
if [%errorlevel%]==[0] goto :Licensed
if [%errorlevel%]==[1] goto :GenerateHWIDA
::===============================================================================================================
:Licensed
echo Detected Windows is Permanently Activated.
goto:END
::===============================================================================================================
:GenerateHWIDA
echo Detected Windows is Not Permanently Activated.
goto:END
:END
echo.
echo Press any key to continue...
pause >nul
exit

 

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WindowsAddict
1 hour ago, s1ave77 said:

 

Always interesting to see how many want to exploit a new trick in their own name without even checking the consequences. Congrats, the world needs more of these clones.

Making a .cmd from your manual method is the easy task. those .cmd are already available and they are different from here.  when you already have explained manual activation method step by step and made everything almost open source, in such case you shouldn't have expected in the first place that you can stop some sellers from using that info and making a preactivated iso without warning.the people who will buy those preactivated iso thinking it as genuine, its neither the first time nor would be the last time for them to become a victim of a fraud. you cant stop the smart people to loot the inexperienced users. one way or another, they will find a way to exploit them.at best we can educate those inexperienced users how to not become the victim of a fraud.

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mephistooo2
2 hours ago, WindowsAddict said:

could you pls run it and post the result. thanks

 

 

The correctly running activation query code:

@echo off
set status=0
set spp=SoftwareLicensingProduct
wmic path %spp% where (Name LIKE '%%Windows%%') get LicenseStatus 2>nul | findstr "1" >nul && set status=1
if %status%==1 goto :Licensed
if %status%==0 goto :GenerateHWIDA
::===============================================================================================================
:Licensed
echo Detected Windows is Permanently Activated.
goto:END
::===============================================================================================================
:GenerateHWIDA
echo Detected Windows is Not Permanently Activated.
goto:END
:END
echo.
echo Press any key to continue...
pause >nul
exit

 

Edited by mephistooo2

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WindowsAddict
1 hour ago, mephistooo2 said:

 

The correctly running activation query code:

 

 

I'm sorry but this is not the script in  W10 Digital Licence Generator 2.0 which you reported as not working correctly.pls, test the code which I posted in the previous comment.

btw the script you posted doesn't differentiate between permanent and temporary activation. its reporting kms activation as permanent.

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s1ave77
2 hours ago, mephistooo2 said:

The correctly running activation query code:

 

Think again. Can't work that way since no matter what Licensing Channel (be it Retail/OEM/Volume) is used it will show status 1 if correctly activated. It needs to know the current License Channel to determine whether activation is permanent or not. VOLUME_KMSCLIENT is the only time-limitted channel hence any non-VOLUME_KMSCLIENT system is permanently activated.

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WindowsAddict

@mephistooo2 the script in this tool here is working fine, I tested it with 2 different systems with multiple scenarios, there is no problem. I suppose you missed that code here is a bit changed from your script. 

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mephistooo2
1 hour ago, s1ave77 said:

 

Think again. Can't work that way since no matter what Licensing Channel (be it Retail/OEM/Volume) is used it will show status 1 if correctly activated. It needs to know the current License Channel to determine whether activation is permanent or not. VOLUME_KMSCLIENT is the only time-limitted channel hence any non-VOLUME_KMSCLIENT system is permanently activated.

 

This code works in all licensing variants ...

 

Of course you know better but it is working for me and that's enough for me...

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