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In some cases, your Office 365 offline installation remains in trial or unlicensed mode. When you try to activate Office 365, you receive an error message. This article provides a number of solutions for solving Office 365 activation issues.

 

 

Introduction

You have installed Office 365 on your local machine and are excited to start working with it. And then your euphoria disappears due to the fact that you cannot activate your product.

You may see one or more of the following errors.

"Microsoft Office can't find your license for this application. A repair attempt was unsuccessful or was canceled. Microsoft Office will now exit."

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Microsoft Office cannot find your license for this application

Or the following error: "Sorry, we can't connect to your account. Please try again later".

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Microsoft Office error sorry we cannot connect to your account

In the application event log, you find one or more errors with source Microsoft Office 16 and event ID 2011. The main message in the details states Office Subscription licensing exception.

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Microsoft Office licensing error eventlog

In case you build your master image using Citrix App Layering, make sure to check the following log files:

  • C:\Windows\Setup\Scripts\ActivateOffice_log.txt
  • C:\Windows\Setup\Scripts\kmsdir\kmssetup.log

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Office 365 log files Citrix App Layering

The remainder of this article shows you why these issues occur and how to solve Office 365 activation issues.

What causes Office 365 activation issues?

There are many possible causes for Office 365 activation errors, for example:

  • Office 365 was not installed on a clean machine; an older version of Microsoft Office was installed previously.
  • There is an issue connecting to the Internet, the Microsoft Office 365 portal (https://portal.office.com) or the ADFS server (sts.yourdomain.com) in your LAN or DMZ.
  • The user you are trying to sign in with does not have a valid Office 365 subscription assigned.

These are but a few possible causes. In the following paragraph, I outline a number of possible solutions that will hopefully solve your issue.

Solutions for Office 365 activation issues

On the Internet, you find many articles, blogs, and forum entries dealing with Office 365 activation issues, but unfortunately, the information is not consolidated. You need to wade through multiple sources of information to finally get a solution to your problem.

And that is exactly where this article comes in. Here you find a comprehensive overview of all possible solutions on one page (including referrals to the original sources). In case I find other ways how to deal with the office activation problem in the future, I will update this article accordingly.

Office portal: assign a valid Office 365 subscription

The user account for which you want to activate Office 365 requires a valid Office 365 subscription.

  • Open a browser and go to the Office 365 portal (https://portal.office.com).
  • Logon as a (global) administrator.
  • Open the administrator portal and on the right side select the user with the activation issues.
    Solving Office 365 activation issues - Admin portal Active Users
  • After selecting the user, make sure that the correct Office 365 subscription is assigned.
    Solving Office 365 activation issues - Admin portal user product licenses

Office portal: remove registered Office installations

Sometimes there is an issue when the user's subscription changes. Whenever a user activates an Office 365 installation the name of the device is registered. You may need to remove old registrations.

  • Open a browser and go to the Office 365 portal (https://portal.office.com).
  • Logon as a (global) administrator.
  • Open the administrator portal and go to Active Users. On the right side, select the user with the activation issues.
    Solving Office 365 activation issues - Admin portal Active Users
  • After selecting the user, go to the section Office installs and select Edit. Remove all invalid registered Office installation(s) referring to the computer on which you are currently experiencing the error.

The previous two solutions involved the Office 365 portal. All of the remaining solutions described below concern the local machine on which you are experiencing the activation issue.

Check Services

Make sure that the necessary services are running. One of the services that needs to run is the Network List Service. To be on the save side, check all services that are configured to start automatically and start the ones that are in a stopped state.

Configure Internet Explorer security zone (Intranet zone)

Microsoft Office 365 in all its glory uses many different domain names for its many products and services. Want to know which ones? Check out the Microsoft article Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges. In the list below, you find a consolidated overview of the domain names mentioned in the article. According to this article, the required list of domain names are:

  • *.lync.com
  • *.live.com
  • *.office365.com
  • *.office.com
  • *.office.net
  • *.onmicrosoft.com
  • *.outlook.com
  • *.microsoft.com
  • *.microsoftonline.com
  • *.microsoftstream.com
  • *.msocdn.com
  • *.powerapps.com
  • *.sharepoint.com
  • *.sway.com

The optional domain names are:

  • *.cloudapp.net
  • *.gfx.ms
  • *.hockeyapp.net
  • *.localytics.com
  • *.oaspapps.com
  • *.outlookgroups.ms
  • *.windows.net
  • *.windowsazure.com
  • assets.onestore.ms
  • connect.facebook.net
  • dc.services.visualstudio.com
  • outlook.uservoice.com
  • platform.linkedin.com
  • prod.firstpartyapps.oaspapps.com.akadns.net

Make sure to add the necessary domain names to your Intranet zone in Internet Explorer. The default settings in the intranet zone ensure that all cloud-based applications run with the same permissions and configurations as your internal, on-prem, applications.
In case you want to enable single sign-on to Office 365, please make sure that the Internet Explorer setting User Authentication \ Logon is set to Automatic logon only in Intranet zone or Automatic logon with current user name and password.

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Internet Explorer automatic user authentication

And last but not least, do not forget to add your ADFS server to the Intranet zone as well (e.g. sts.mydomain.com)!

In an enterprise environment, you may want to use a Group Policy instead of manually configuring the local Internet Explorer settings. 😉

Configure your proxy server

The proxy server in your environment may very well be the cause of your activation issues. First of all, make sure that you have configured the correct proxy configurations in Internet Explorer:

  • Automatically detect settings (disabled or enabled)
  • Enter a proxy auto-config (PAC) file
  • Enter a proxy server and specify ports and exclusions

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Internet Explorer proxy settings

Make sure that your current user account and/or device is granted all required access rights on the proxy server.

If you are still experiencing issues, it may be that the proxy settings are not configured correctly to allow for Office activation. How can you check if the settings on your proxy server are to blame? Well, Fiddler to the rescue! As stated by the vendor, Fiddler is a free web debugging proxy which logs all HTTP(s) traffic between your computer and the Internet. You can download Fiddler here.

Simply install Fiddler on the machine on which the activation issues occur and let it run. Start an Office application, wait for the activation window, log on and wait for the error. Now check the results in Fiddler.

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Office 365 Fiddler trace

First of all, in this example, you see that Microsoft contacts multiple websites during the activation process. If all would have gone well, the HTTP return codes should have been 200 (this is the standard response for successful HTTP requests).
In this case, Fiddler detected multiple HTTP 407 results. The return code 407 means Proxy Authentication Required. In short, the activation failed because the required websites could not be reached due to missing proxy access rights. For the full list of HTTP status codes see the article List of HTTP status codes on Wikipedia.

Remove old Office licenses

In case you installed Office 365 on a computer which contained a previous version of Office, there is a chance that older licenses are still registered and causing the activation issues.

 

 

Microsoft Office comes with a tool to configure and manage volume licenses called OSPP.vbs (Office Software Protection Platform). This VBScript is located in the directory C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OfficeXX (64-bit) or C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\OfficeXX (32-bit). Replace the XX for the Office version (e.g. Office16).

The OSPP.vbs is launched as any other VBScript, except for the fact that it only supports the cscript.exe as the script host:

cscript.exe "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs"

To check for existing volume licenses on the local system, execute the following command:

cscript.exe "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs" /dstatus

Each existing license is displayed in a separate block containing detailed information.

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Microsoft Office OSPP.vbs script

To remove existing licenses, locate the last 5 digits of the product key, as shown in the screenshot above, and execute the following command (in our example, the last 5 digits are TCK7R):

cscript.exe "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs" /unpkey:TCK7R

Repeat this step for each product key you find. After having removed all licenses, run the following command once again:

cscript.exe "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs" /dstatus

The result should now be:

Solving Office 365 activation issues - Microsoft Office OSPP.vbs without licenses

Remove cached credentials from the Credential Manager

Previously cached credentials in the Microsoft Credential Manager may be the cause of your activation issues. Removing these cached credentials is an important step in the troubleshooting process.

On the local machine on which you are experiencing the activation issues, go to the Control Panel and open the Credential Manager. Remove all cached credentials relating to Microsoft Office (also if it refers to an older version of Microsoft Office). You can remove a cached credential by expanding an individual entry and selecting Remove from vault. Repeat this step for each Microsoft Office entry.Solving Office 365 license issues - Delete entries from the Microsoft Credential Manager

Reference:How to fix Office 365 error Microsoft office can't find your license for this application (YouTube video).

Cleanup the registry

Your current user registry hive may contain some invalid entries. Open the Registry Editor (regedit.exe) and delete the following values:

  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Office \ 16.0 \ Common \ Identity \ Identities. Delete all GUID keys beneath Identities.
    Solving Office 365 activation issues - Office 365 registry HKCU identity identities
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Office \ 16.0 \ Common \ Identity \ Profiles. Delete all GUID keys beneath Profiles.
    Solving Office 365 activation issues - Office 365 registry HKCU identity profiles
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Office \ 16.0 \ Common \ Internet \ WebServiceCache \ AllUsers. Delete all subkeys under AllUsers.
    Solving Office 365 activation issues - Office 365 registry HKCU internet

Reference:How to fix Office 365 error Microsoft office can't find your license for this application (YouTube video).

Enable TLS 1.2

According to an anonymous contribution in the comment section below, you may have an issue with TLS 1.2. This issue will mainly apply to older operating systems, such as Windows Server 2012, Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. You may see any of these messages:

  • "You’ll need the Internet for this”
  • “It doesn’t look like you’re connected to the internet. Check your connection and try again.”
  • Error code 0x800704cf
  • “Office Subscription licensing exception: Error Code: 0x803D0014” (Event Viewer)

In case you see such errors, you may need to enable TLS 1.2 by installing hotfix KB3140245 and then updating specific registry keys by using the MicrosoftEasyFix51044.msi found in this source:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/topic/update-to-enable-tls-1-1-and-tls-1-2-as-default-secure-protocols-in-winhttp-in-windows-c4bd73d2-31d7-761e-0178-11268bb10392

Reinstall Office 365

One solution regarding activation problems is to reinstall Office 365. Go to Control Panel \ Programs and Features. Select Microsoft Office 365 + your edition (e.g. Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus - en-us) and hit Uninstall. After uninstalling Office, remove the current device from the registered Office installations in the Office portal. The following step obviously is to once again install Office 365.

Conclusion

If anything, this article shows that there are multiple causes as well as solutions for solving Office 365 activation issues. In case you found additional causes or solutions, please be so kind and share this information with me. I hope that this article was of some help to you.

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Dennis Span works as a Lead Sales Engineer at Citrix in Vienna, Austria. He holds multiple certifications such as CCE-V, CCIA and CCEA. In 2017, Dennis became a Citrix Technology Advocate (CTA). In 2019, he became a Citrix Technology Professional (CTP). Besides his interest in virtualization technologies and blogging, he loves spending time with his family as well as snowboarding, playing basketball and rowing. He is fluent in Dutch, English, German and Slovak and speaks some Spanish.

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Activation Manual

Our Licensing System

Plugin Alliance products use a proprietary licensing system that is completely software based. No hardware license dongle, special drivers, or serial numbers are required to run any of our plugins. Everything is handled from within the software product. All of your licenses are stored in a single file located on your computer or USB flash drive. This file must be updated whenever you buy or start a trail for a new Plugin Alliance product.

We offer both online and offline activation. We highly recommend using online activation. It is the fastest and easiest process. Activation requires you to have a current Plugin Alliance account. If you don’t already have one, you can create an account on our website for free.

License Types

Our licensing system includes different types of licenses that come with related restrictions on their use.

A full license unlocks a plugin for an unlimited amount of time. You get a full license whenever you purchase a new plugin from our website. These licenses can be activated on up to 3 devices. If you want to use more devices, you can purchase additional licenses to add 3 more devices with each license.

A trial license allows you to try a product for 14 days. Trial licenses are free of charge and fully-functional, so you can use all the features of the plugin. A trial license can be activated on up to 99 devices, but it will only be active for 14 days after the first activation.

Lease licenses are licenses which are valid for a specific period of time. The duration of your validity period depends on the product you have purchased and is usually shown as a countdown value in the lower toolbar of the plugin. If you have extended this period, e.g. through a purchase, you may need to re-activate to refresh your license file. This will extend the activation period so you can continue using the plugin.
Subscription licenses are Lease licenses. Subscription payments are handled automatically by our system. However, you will need to re-activate the plugin according to your subscription period.

You may also have an NFR license in your account. These license are given out with certain promotions. They may have an expiration date or be unlimited and they cannot be transferred.

Installation

Installation Manager

The Installation Manager is the most convenient way to download and install Plugin Alliance products. By simply downloading and installing the Installation Manager, you can browse all the plugins available from Plugin Alliance and select the ones you want in the formats you need. What you need, when you need it, a custom installer is created for your system, quickly and easily. Whether you’re using AAX, VST, VST3, AU, the Installation Manager gives you the power to pick and choose from all available plugins before installing directly on your computer-based audio workstation, or transferring to a dedicated offline machine.

To begin, download the Installation Manager for your system (MacOS or Windows) from the Installation Manager page on our website. Then extract the zip file and drag the resulting app to your Applications folder (MacOS) or Program Files folder (Windows).

If you want to install plugins on an offline computer, you can still use the Installation Manager. See the instructions below.

Online Installation

If your audio workstation has an internet connection, use the Installation Manager on that computer and select the Download/Install installation type in the sidebar.

You can select the plugin formats at the bottom left to filter the list of plugins so that only those supporting your selected formats will appear. This will also determine which formats are downloaded and installed, so you can save time and hard drive space by excluding formats that you don’t need.

Select the plugins that you want to install and click the Download & Install button at the bottom right. The progress of your download will be displayed. When it’s complete, click the Install button and your plugins will be available to use in any DAW that supports the formats you selected.

Offline Installation on a Computer

To install plugins on a computer without an internet connection, you’ll first need access to an internet-connected computer to download and create an installation package. On the online computer, run the Installation Manager and select the Download/Export option in the sidebar. The platform options will appear: Mac, Windows 64-bit, Windows 32-bit. Select the platform of your offline device.

You can select the plugin formats at the bottom left to filter the list of plugins so that only those supporting your selected formats will appear. This will also determine which formats are downloaded and installed, so you can save time and hard drive space by excluding formats that you don’t need.

Select the plugins that you want to install and click the Download & Export button at the bottom right. The progress of your download will be displayed. When it’s complete, click the Save As button to choose a removable drive on which to save the install package. It will be named Installer.pabundle by default, but you can rename it to keep multiple packages organized. Also be sure to copy the Installation Manager app to your removable drive, as you will also need that app to install the package.

With a copy of the Installation Manager app and your installer package, take the removable drive to your offline computer. Copy the Installation Manager to your Applications folder (MacOS) or Program Files folder (Windows), then run it. In the sidebar, select the Import/Install option, then click the Import button on the lower right and select the install package. The Installation Manager will verify the package and an Install button will appear if the file is loaded and ready to go. Click the button to install all the plugins in the package on your offline device.

Standalone Installers

Most of our plugins still have traditional standalone installers available. You can find these installers on the product page on our website, or on the Manage Registered Plugins page in your account. The same installer allows you to start a trial or use a full license that you’ve already purchased. We offer separate installers for each platform: Windows, MacOS.

After you have downloaded the installer for your platform, you can run it to select the plugin formats that you want to install (for example VST, AAX, or AU). The format you need depends on the digital audio workstation (DAW) that you are using. If you are unsure of which format your DAW requires, refer to the DAW software documentation.

Activation

After you’ve installed your plugins, start your digital audio workstation (DAW) software. Most DAWs will wait until you instantiate a new plugin in a session before starting the activation process. In Pro Tools, a new plugin will produce the activation window during the plugin scan at startup. Pro Tools will incorrectly report that a plugin is invalid if you don’t complete the activation process at startup.

Click on the Activation Required text in the plugin window to open the activation window. You’ll see a drop-down menu that lets you choose which device to activate. Your options will be your computer or any connected USB drives (see USB Activation below). Selecting Activate all my licenses will activate your system on all the available, valid licenses in your account. If there were any problems with plugin activation, a message will describe the reason (such as not having enough available machines on the license).

Because all our plugins use the same license file, there is no need to reactivate the same plugin in different DAWs. For example, if you activate the bx_digital V3 in Pro Tools, it will also be active in Logic, as long as you are logged in to the same user account on the same computer or using the same USB flash drive.

In addition, if you log in to a different Plugin Alliance account when activating a plugin, this will replace your license file. Only the plugins that are active in this new account can be used.

Activate Additional Device

Online Activation

If you chose I’m online in the activation window, you can enter your Plugin Alliance account email address and password to connect to our server and get the current version of your license file automatically. The account you use here is the same one that you use to log in to our website.

You can choose to save your log in by selecting the Save password checkbox (Fig. 2). Your log in details are encrypted for security and can be used to activate new plugins in the future without having to re-enter your log in data every time.

Online Activation

Any Plugin Alliance products on your system for which you have a valid license will be activated; otherwise, if you haven’t started a trial before, you will have the option to start one (Fig. 3). The 14-day trial period starts as soon as you activate the plugin.

Activate a Trial License

First-time Offline Activation

If your audio computer is not online, the plugin activation must be done manually via another computer with internet access. Then, you can copy your license file from the online computer to the offline one.

In this case, choose I’m offline in the activation window. Choose Save to file and save the text file (Fig. 4), named machine_id.txt on a removable drive. Now take the drive to your online computer and connect it.

Offline Activation

Log in to your Plugin Alliance account and make sure you have an active license for the plugin you want to activate in your account. If you want to start a trial for a new plugin or activate a free plugin for the first time, go to the Create Offline License page, select the plugins you want, and click Create License. Visit the Manage Devices page, upload the machine_id.txt file in the Activate New Device section (Fig. 5), and click Activate.

Download the license file from the Download License File section at the bottom of the Manage Devices page to your removable drive (Fig. 6). Take the drive back to your offline computer.

Device Activation Section
License File Download

In the plugin activation window, click Open license and choose the pa.license file from your removable drive (Fig. 4). Finally, click Activate and your plugins will be available to start using.

Offline Activation for Existing Devices

Each offline computer only needs to be registered once in your Plugin Alliance account. To activate a new plugin on a device that is already registered, you can begin on the online computer and skip copying the machine_id.txt file.

To activate one plugin, go to the Manage Registered Plugins page in your account. Select the plugin, and then select your computer in the drop-down menu under Activate Existing Device and click Activate (Fig. 7). Download the license file from the Download License File section at the bottom of the page and save it on a removable drive (Fig. 6). Take the drive to your offline computer.

To activate all your plugins at once, you can use the Manage Devices page instead (Fig. 7). Download the license file from the Download License File section at the bottom of the page and save it on a removable drive (Fig. 6). Take the drive back to your offline computer.

Activate Existing Device

On the offline computer, open the plugin activation window, click I’m offline, then Open license and choose the pa.license file from your removable drive (Fig. 4). Finally, click Activate and your plugins will be available to start using.

USB Activation

Our plugins are portable when you activate them using an ordinary USB flash drive. With this flash drive, you can run your plugins on any computer without the need for the computer to be activated. This is especially useful for front-of-house engineers on tour, or engineers who travel to different studios frequently. We highly recommend activating a USB flash drive via an online computer.

Insert the flash drive and make sure that it is mounted in your file system. On an online computer with your plugins installed, open a plugin in your DAW. Open the activation window by clicking the key icon at the bottom right if it’s not open already. Select your flash drive in the drop-down menu under Select the device you would like to activate, then click I’m online. Enter your Plugin Alliance account email address and password. The account you use here is the same one that you use to log in to our website. Click Activate to connect to our server and save the current version of your license file to your flash drive. Now your plugins can be used on any computer just by plugging in this flash drive.

Some very old flash drives are unsupported and won’t appear in your device drop-down. If your USB flash drive is among the unsupported models, please switch to a newer drive.

Deactivation

Each of your full license can be active on 3 devices at once. It’s easy to move your licenses from a machine you no longer use to a new one. You can even reclaim a license from a computer or flash drive that is lost or broken. All of your license data is stored on our servers, so you don’t need to worry about losing a license on a crashed hard drive.

Log in to your Plugin Alliance account and go to Manage Devices. In the Activated Devices section, find the name of the device that you want to reclaim, then click the Deactivate button. Trial licenses cannot be reclaimed, but that shouldn’t be a problem since they come with 99 available machines.

Since your license data is stored remotely, there is no need to deactivate a computer or flash drive when you reformat it. Our licensing system will recognize the same machine ID as long as there were no other hardware changes and reuse the existing activation for the device.

Due to the way Windows generates the machine ID, certain hardware modifications may change your computer’s machine ID. If this happens, you can use the process above to deactivate the old machine ID, then activate the new one using online or offline activation as needed. You may also consider using USB Activation instead if this happens often on your Windows PC.

Please note that you can’t reclaim the same plugin license from more than seven different machines, but if the same machine is deactivated more than once, it will not be counted again. So if you frequently need to move your licenses to new computers, please consider using a flash drive as one of your three devices (see USB Activation).

Plugin Licensing Toolbar

Plugin Alliance products have a toolbar (Fig. 8) below their user interface, giving you access to some basic plugin information, described below.

Toolbar

PA Logo: Clicking the Plugin Alliance logo takes you to the Plugin Alliance website via your web browser if your computer is online.

License Type: The center of the toolbar shows the type of license you’re running. Licenses with an expiration date will show the number of days until they expire.

$ Icon: If you have a trial or financed license for a plugin, the dollar sign icon will take you to our website, where you can purchase a full license or make your next payment.

Key Icon: The key icon opens the activation window, allowing you to refresh your license file with device changes you made on our website, activate a newly purchased or extended trial, or activate a flash drive connected to your computer.

? Icon: The question mark icon contains a context menu that links to the product page and downloads section on our website.

Источник: https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/activation-manual.html
1] Specifies whether to extact the Windows edition information.

You can also combine the above command-line options with the following save options in order to save product key information to file:

/stext <Filename> Save the list of product keys into a regular text file.
/stab <Filename> Save the list of product keys into a tab-delimited text file.
/scomma <Filename> Save the list of product keys into a comma-delimited text file.
/stabular <Filename> Save the list of product keys into a tabular text file.
/shtml <Filename> Save the list of product keys into HTML file.
/sverhtml <Filename> Save the list of product keys into vertical HTML file.
/sxml <Filename> Save the list of product keys into XML file.
/sjson <Filename> Save the list of product keys into JSON file.
/sort <column> This command-line option can be used with other save options for sorting by the desired column. If you don't specify this option, the list is sorted according to the last sort that you made from the user interface. The <column> parameter can specify the column index (0 for the first column, 1 for the second column, and so on) or the name of the column, like "Product Name" and "Product Key". You can specify the '~' prefix character (e.g: "~Installation Folder") if you want to sort in descending order. You can put multiple /sort in the command-line if you want to sort by multiple columns.

Examples:
produkey.exe /shtml "f:\temp\keys.html" /sort 2 /sort ~1
produkey.exe /shtml "f:\temp\keys.html" /sort "Product Name" /sort "Product Key"

/nosort When you specify this command-line option, the list will be saved without any sorting.
/NoErrorMessage When you specify it, ProduKey will not display an error message if the save action is failed.

Examples:
produkey.exe /remote \\Server01
produkey.exe /remotefile "c:\temp\computers.txt"
produkey.exe /regfile "F:\WINNT\system32\config\software"
produkey.exe /windir "c:\winnt" /shtml "c:\temp\pk.html"
produkey.exe /remoteall
produkey.exe /remotealldomain MyDomain
produkey.exe /iprange 192.168.1.10 192.168.1.50
produkey.exe /stab "" >> c:\temp\prd.txt
produkey.exe /OfficeKeys 0 /WindowsKeys 1 /shtml f:\temp\keys.html

Translating ProduKey to other languages

In order to translate ProduKey to other language, follow the instructions below:
  1. Run ProduKey with /savelangfile parameter:
    ProduKey.exe /savelangfile
    A file named ProduKey_lng.ini will be created in the folder of ProduKey utility.
  2. Open the created language file in Notepad or in any other text editor.
  3. Translate all string entries to the desired language. Optionally, you can also add your name and/or a link to your Web site. (TranslatorName and TranslatorURL values) If you add this information, it'll be used in the 'About' window.
  4. After you finish the translation, Run ProduKey, and all translated strings will be loaded from the language file.
    If you want to run ProduKey without the translation, simply rename the language file, or move it to another folder.

Feedback

If you have any problem, suggestion, comment, or you found a bug in my utility, you can send a message to nirsofer@yahoo.com

ProduKey is also available in other languages. In order to change the language of ProduKey, download the appropriate language zip file, extract the 'produkey_lng.ini', and put it in the same folder that you Installed ProduKey utility.

  
Источник: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/product_cd_key_viewer.html
1] Specifies whether you want to view the product keys of SQL Server. 0 = No, 1 = Yes. /ExchangeKeys [0

Chapter 10. Managing Activation Keys

Activation keys provide a method to automate system registration and subscription attachment. You can create multiple keys and associate them with different environments and Content Views. For example, you might create a basic activation key with a subscription for Red Hat Enterprise Linux workstations and associate it with Content Views from a particular environment.

You can use activation keys during content host registration to improve the speed, simplicity and consistency of the process.

Activation keys can define the following properties for content hosts:

  • Associated subscriptions and subscription attachment behavior.
  • Available products and repositories.
  • A life cycle environment and a Content View.
  • Host collection membership.

Note that activation keys are used only when hosts are registered. If changes are made to an activation key, it is applicable only to hosts that are registered with the amended activation key in the future. The changes are not made to existing hosts.

Content View Conflicts between Host Creation and Registration

When you provision a host, Satellite uses provisioning templates and other content from the Content View that you set in the host group or host settings. When the host is registered, the Content View from the activation key overwrites the original Content View from the host group or host settings. Then Satellite uses the Content View from the activation key for every future task, for example, rebuilding a host.

When you rebuild a host, ensure that you set the Content View that you want to use in the activation key and not in the host group or host settings.

Using the Same Activation Key with Multiple Content Hosts

You can apply the same activation key to multiple content hosts if it contains enough subscriptions. However, activation keys set only the initial configuration for a content host. When the content host is registered to an organization, the organization’s content can be attached to the content host manually.

Using Multiple Activation Keys with a Content Host

A content host can be associated with multiple activation keys that are combined to define the host settings. In case of conflicting settings, the last specified activation key takes precedence. You can specify the order of precedence by setting a host group parameter as follows:

$ hammer hostgroup set-parameter \ --name kt_activation_keys \ --value name_of_first_key, name_of_second_key,... \ --hostgroup hostgroup_name

10.1. Creating an Activation Key

You can use activation keys to define a specific set of subscriptions to attach to hosts during registration. The subscriptions that you add to an activation key must be available within the associated Content View.

Subscription Manager attaches subscriptions differently depending on the following factors:

  • Are there any subscriptions associated with the activation key?
  • Is the auto-attach option enabled?

Based on the previous factors, there are three possible scenarios for subscribing with activation keys:

  1. Activation key with no subscriptions specified.

    With no subscriptions specified and auto-attach enabled, hosts using the activation key search for the best fitting subscription from the ones provided by the Content View associated with the activation key. This is similar to entering the command.

  2. Activation key providing a custom subscription pool for auto-attach.

    If there are subscriptions specified and auto-attach is enabled, hosts using the activation key select the best fitting subscription from the list specified in the activation key.

  3. Activation key with the exact set of subscriptions.

    If there are subscriptions specified and auto-attach is disabled, hosts using the activation key are associated with all subscriptions specified in the activation key.

Custom Products

If a custom product, typically containing content not provided by Red Hat, is assigned to an activation key, this product is always enabled for the registered content host regardless of the auto-attach setting.

Procedure

To create an activation key, complete the following steps:

  1. In the Satellite web UI, navigate to Content > Activation keys and click Create Activation Key.
  2. In the Name field, enter the name of the activation key.
  3. If you want to set a limit, clear the Unlimited hosts check box, and in the Limit field, enter the maximum number of systems you can register with the activation key. If you want unlimited hosts to register with the activation key, ensure the Unlimited Hosts check box is selected.
  4. In the Description field, enter a description for the activation key.
  5. From the Environment list, select the environment to use.
  6. From the Content View list, select a Content View to use. If you want to use this activation key to register hosts, the Content View must contain the Satellite Tools repository because it is required to install the .
  7. Click Save and when your new activation key appears in the Activation Keys window, click the name to edit.

For CLI Users

  1. Create the activation key:

    # hammer activation-key create \ --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --unlimited-hosts \ --description "Example Stack in the Development Environment" \ --lifecycle-environment "Development" \ --content-view "Stack" \ --organization "My_Organization"
  2. Obtain a list of your subscription IDs:

    # hammer subscription list --organization "My_Organization"
  3. Attach the Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscription UUID to the activation key:

    # hammer activation-key add-subscription \ --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --subscription-id ff808181533518d50152354246e901aa \ --organization "My_Organization"
  4. List the product content associated with the activation key:

    # hammer activation-key product-content \ --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --organization "My_Organization"
  5. Override the default auto-enable status for the Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.6 repository. The default status is set to disabled. To enable, enter the following command:

    # hammer activation-key content-override \ --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --content-label rhel-7-server-satellite-tools-6.6-rpms \ --value 1 \ --organization "My_Organization"

10.2. Updating Subscriptions Associated with an Activation Key

You can change the subscriptions associated with an activation key using the web UI or using the Hammer command-line tool.

Note that changes to an activation key apply only to machines provisioned after the change. To update subscriptions on existing content hosts, see Section 4.7, “Bulk Updating Content Hosts' Subscriptions”.

Procedure

To update the subscriptions associated with an activation key, complete the following steps:

  1. In the Satellite web UI, navigate to Content > Activation keys and click the name of the activation key.
  2. Click the Subscriptions tab.
  3. To remove subscriptions, select List/Remove, and then select the check boxes to the left of the subscriptions to be removed and then click Remove Selected.
  4. To add subscriptions, select Add, and then select the check boxes to the left of the subscriptions to be added and then click Add Selected.
  5. Click the Repository Sets tab and review the repositories' status settings.
  6. To enable or disable a repository, select the check box for a repository and then change the status using the Select Action list.
  7. Click the Details tab, select a Content View for this activation key, and then click Save.

For CLI Users

  1. List the subscriptions that the activation key currently contains:

    # hammer activation-key subscriptions \ --name My_Activation_Key \ --organization "My_Organization"
  2. Remove the required subscription from the activation key:

    # hammer activation-key remove-subscription \ --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --subscription-id ff808181533518d50152354246e901aa \ --organization "My_Organization"

    For the option, you can use either the UUID or the ID of the subscription.

  3. Attach new subscription to the activation key:

    # hammer activation-key add-subscription \ --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --subscription-id ff808181533518d50152354246e901aa \ --organization "My_Organization"

    For the option, you can use either the UUID or the ID of the subscription.

  4. List the product content associated with the activation key:

    # hammer activation-key product-content \ --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --organization "My_Organization"
  5. Override the default auto-enable status for the required repository:

    # hammer activation-key content-override \ --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --content-label content_label \ --value 1 \ --organization "My_Organization"

    For the option, enter for enable, for disable.

10.3. Using Activation Keys for Host Registration

You can use activation keys to complete the following tasks:

  • Registering new hosts during provisioning through Red Hat Satellite 6. The kickstart provisioning templates in Red Hat Satellite 6 contain commands to register the host using an activation key that is defined when creating a host.
  • Registering existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux hosts. Configure Red Hat Subscription Manager to use Satellite Server for registration and specify the activation key when running the command.

Procedure

To use an activation key for host registration with an existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 host to Satellite Server, complete the following steps:

  1. Download the consumer RPM for your Satellite Server. This is located in the directory on the host’s web server. For example, for a Satellite Server with the host name , enter the following command on the host to register:

    # rpm -Uvh http://satellite.example.com/pub/katello-ca-consumer-latest.noarch.rpm

    This RPM installs the necessary certificates for accessing repositories on Satellite Server and configures Red Hat Subscription Manager to use the server’s URL.

  2. On the host, enter the following command to register the host to Satellite using the activation key:

    # subscription-manager register --activationkey="My_Activation_Key" \ --org="My_Organization"
  3. To view a list of hosts for an organization, on Satellite Server, enter the following command:

    # hammer host list --organization "My_Organization"
  4. After registering a host to Satellite Server, install the package on the host so that it can report back to Satellite Server:

    # yum install katello-agent

    The Red Hat Satellite Tools 6.6 repository provides this package.

Multiple Activation Keys

You can use multiple activation keys when registering a content host. You can then create activation keys for specific subscription sets and combine them according to content host requirements. For example, the following command registers a content host to your organization with both VDC and OpenShift subscriptions:

# subscription-manager register --org="My_Organization" \ --activationkey="ak-VDC,ak-OpenShift"

Settings Conflicts

If there are conflicting settings in activation keys, the rightmost key takes precedence.

  • Settings that conflict: Service Level, Release Version, Environment, Content View, and Product Content.
  • Settings that do not conflict and the host gets the union of them: Subscriptions and Host Collections.
  • Settings that influence the behavior of the key itself and not the host configuration: Content Host Limit and Auto-Attach.

10.4. Enabling Auto-Attach

When auto-attach is enabled on an activation key and there are subscriptions associated with the key, the subscription management service selects and attaches the best-matched associated subscriptions based on a set of criteria like currently installed products, architecture, and preferences like service level.

You can enable auto-attach and have no subscriptions associated with the key. This type of key is commonly used to register virtual machines when you do not want the virtual machine to consume a physical subscription, but to inherit a host-based subscription from the hypervisor. For more information, see Configuring Virtual Machine Subscriptions in Red Hat Satellite.

Auto-attach is enabled by default. Disable the option if you want to force attach all subscriptions associated with the activation key.

Procedure

To enable auto-attach, complete the following steps:

  1. In the Satellite web UI, navigate to Content > Activation Keys.
  2. Click the activation key name that you want to edit.
  3. Click the Subscriptions tab.
  4. Click the edit icon next to Auto-Attach.
  5. Select or clear the check box to enable or disable auto-attach.
  6. Click Save.

For CLI Users

To enable auto-attach on the activation key:

# hammer activation-key update --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --organization "My_Organization" --auto-attach true

10.5. Setting the Service Level

You can configure an activation key to define a default service level for the new host created with the activation key. Setting a default service level selects only the matching subscriptions to be attached to the host. For example, if the default service level on an activation key is set to Premium, only subscriptions with premium service levels are attached to the host upon registration.

Procedure

To set the service level, complete the following steps:

  1. In the Satellite web UI, navigate to Content > Activation Keys.
  2. Click the activation key name you want to edit.
  3. Click the edit icon next to Service Level.
  4. Select the required service level from the list. The list only contains service levels available to the activation key.
  5. Click Save.

For CLI Users

To set a default service level to Premium on the activation key:

# hammer activation-key update --name "My_Activation_Key" \ --organization "My_Organization" --service-level premium
Источник: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_satellite/6.6/html/content_management_guide/managing_activation_keys
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