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Hi forum, I've added this command into my task sequence but unfortunately I still have to log in after the build has completed and click on Activate. I don't need to enter a licence key as that's in the T/S. When I run this command from a Run command it says it needs elevated privileges to run. Any idea how incorporate this into the command? cscript.exe %windir%\system32\slmgr.vbs /ato Thanks
Hi, I would like to know the best way in regards to licenses how to build from scratch SCCM 2012 environment. Is it better to use 180-trial day version, and then buy the real product key or enter MSDN license and then after test phase enter real key (when our company buys it, currently we don't have it) WITHOUT REINSTALL THE WHOLE THING? In my telephone conversation with Microsoft Customer Support I was informed that using MSDN license and after that using real license key could be an issue. Any examples from the field guys? Thanks,
Here is my issue. Our image was built with a MAK key for Office 2010. Since I didn't build the images, I payed no attention to this. Well after imaging over 1000 machines, we've figured out that we need to use a KMS host for Office activation as our MAK keys are running over. I've already installed the Office KMS host on a machine that currently activates our Server 2008 R2 boxes, the problem is how to change all the machines that have been imaged that won't activate over to the KMS host so they will activate. I know we will need to redo the image to input the KMS key but how ca