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6 hours ago, mephistooo2 said:

 

This code works in all licensing variants ...

 

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

Your code detects if the system is activated or not, it doesn't detect if the system is permanent activated or not.

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mephistooo2
6 hours ago, WindowsAddict said:

Your code detects if the system is activated or not, it doesn't detect if the system is permanent activated or not. 

 

This code detects both the system being permanently active and being active for 180 days

 

Everyone use their own code ?

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Dubioza Kolektiv

The script works, that's the most important thing.

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Archanus
4 minutes ago, Dubioza Kolektiv said:

The script works, that's the most important thing.

 

Yes because now I have my system activated permanentely

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WindowsAddict

Update V2.3

ChangeLog


-Added the insert default key option
 (to regain activation upon windows 10 vl version reinstall)
-code cleanup
-changed the window size here and there

- Improved readme
-changed the name to 'W10 Digital Licence Activation Script'
 (I swear its the final name)(sorry for this stupidity :D) 

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If anyone just want to test how this script activate but the script is 
 telling you already have permanent activation,in that case 
 open cmd as admin and enter slmgr /upk
 this will uninstall the product key and will deactivate your windows.
 Now test the script how it activate.

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Archanus
13 minutes ago, WindowsAddict said:

Update V2.3

ChangeLog


-Added the insert default key option
 (to regain activation upon windows 10 vl version reinstall)
-code cleanup
-changed the window size here and there

- Improved readme
-changed the name to 'W10 Digital Licence Activation Script'
 (I swear its the final name)(sorry for this stupidity :D) 

 

You are the best bro :) I Love your work (Y) :) 

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rerigam

So, if i have a Volume version i must run option 1 and than option 3. Is it right?

And, if i create a pre activated ISO ($OEM$ inside SOURCE folder), after installation i have to run only option 3 ?

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56 minutes ago, rerigam said:

So, if i have a Volume version i must run option 1 and than option 3. Is it right?

And, if i create a pre activated ISO ($OEM$ inside SOURCE folder), after installation i have to run only option 3 ?

No,

if you activate and then reinstall your retail windows 10 then retail version is capable of auto activate itself without doing anything.

.

but if you activate and then reinstall your vl version of windows 10, in that case vl version cant activate itself, users have to insert that edition default product key to regain activation.

so 3rd option is only useful in that case if you dont want to use 1st option  which create  genuine ticket and involves all the process. 

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P'tit
9 hours ago, WindowsAddict said:

If anyone just want to test how this script activate but the script is 
 telling you already have permanent activation,in that case 
 open cmd as admin and enter slmgr /upk
 this will uninstall the product key and will deactivate your windows.
 Now test the script how it activate.

Hello,
I tested on a Windows 10 Pro N that had been activated with Windows 10 pre-enabled.
I launched the command "slmgr / upk" and I was able to reactivate with the script.
But it is enabled like Windows 10 Pro N workstation.

Edited by P'tit

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WindowsAddict

V2.6 
Changelog
-Added the 'Other Options',
-Added the Insert and remove product key option and check for update option.
-Changed the licence spelling to license 
-ReadMe improved. 

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On 7/7/2018 at 11:06 AM, P'tit said:

Hello,
I tested on a Windows 10 Pro N that had been activated with Windows 10 pre-enabled.
I launched the command "slmgr / upk" and I was able to reactivate with the script.
But it is enabled like Windows 10 Pro N workstation.

this happens in some cases, but dont worry, changing editions is very easy.

enter the following pro n product key in settings activation page

 

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Dubioza Kolektiv

Lots of options, more complications. Most like ver 2.0

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jonaaa20
53 minutes ago, Dubioza Kolektiv said:

Lots of options, more complications. Most like ver 2.0

 

Feel free to try the manual method and you'll see what's more complicated.

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1 hour ago, Dubioza Kolektiv said:

Lots of options, more complications. Most like ver 2.0

thats why i put those extra options in "other options" so main menu doesn't clutter. you may need those options if you know their use.

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teodz1984
On 7/4/2018 at 1:11 PM, WindowsAddict said:

 

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2.6 
Changelog
-Added the 'Other Options',
-Added the Insert and remove product key option and check for update option.
-Changed the licence spelling to license 
-ReadMe improved. 

Thanks for the update because this is helpful

Because it is ok not to use thanks button.. Also I thanked it in an earlier post .. If I click again I unthank you..

And some people use thanks to jack up their thread count

 

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P'tit

Hello,
I did as you told me and it's OK.
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jamescantello

How can I make the output of this command cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /dstatus go to a message vbs like cscript /nologo %tmp%\tmp.vbs

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7 hours ago, jamescantello said:

How can I make the output of this command cscript //nologo ospp.vbs /dstatus go to a message vbs like cscript /nologo %tmp%\tmp.vbs

i guess you want office activation status in pop up window. sorry i cant help. you probably should ask this in stackoverflow site.

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WindowsAddict
2 hours ago, Matt said:

@WindowsAddict Try not to post keys in public please. I edited your post.

sorry, i thought since they are default product key, i can publish them publicly. but okay no problem. :)

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ace_N_kelly

Hi ,

Thanks a lot for this wonderfull script :)

Help me a lot of time since v1 (cmd)

But today , i've got a trouble with Windows 10 Pro x86 rs4 v1803 (retail)...

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I tested with all options available...only this edition do this today...

 

Any idea ??

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15 hours ago, ace_N_kelly said:

Hi ,

Thanks a lot for this wonderfull script :)

Help me a lot of time since v1 (cmd)

But today , i've got a trouble with Windows 10 Pro x86 rs4 v1803 (retail)...

2018-07-11_130313.thumb.png.ea7fd99b2c1d115c49649998b0437bd4.png

I tested with all options available...only this edition do this today...

 

Any idea ??

I'm assuming you already read the readme info that in which cases activation can fail. besides that and down ms server i'm not aware of other issues which can cause failed activation.

btw i've one thing which can possibly solve this.

insert enterprise product key in settings activation page to change edition to enterprise. now try to activate with the script and see if it helps.

Site: https://pastebin.com
ShareCode: /rYakstDc

 

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