I am running the following line commands in the first boot and I tried in the first login too. There design in this was to simplify the process and overall speed it up. With previous versions of Office, this would auto-activate the product at install. Choosing to activate goes straight through, so the license is also clearly being installed correctly from the config file. Activate Office 2010: cscript ospp. Office will beÂ activated if your Product Keys were valid.
This works with windows 8. That's it, office was successfully activated. First of all, I solved this issue with a small workaround. Sep 03, 2014 · I figured it out. I have customized the Office Professional Plus 2016 installer that I downloaded from the Volume License site.
Has anybody else made any progress on this short of sending out an activation package? We remind that Volume License is a licensing option for corporate customers that allows to purchase one registered license which can be used to activate a limited or unlimited number of copies of a software product. The proper method to determine or change the Product Key depends on your version of Office or Outlook. Now we need to launch Office 2010 on at least 5 computers. These activations are available for faculty and staff using departmental machines. You must enter your product key in the Licensing and user interface section without any hyphens for this to succeed. You can tell it to activate via Internet and it succeeds immediately.
The trick is to automate it. The command line you reported still works, at least it says the program is activated, but the various office apps still ask for activation on start. By the way the programs seemed to be fully activated before the windows 10 creators update. This serializer can be found on the Campus Software Library under the section for Microsoft software. If you have Office 2013 it will be Office15. · Hi, The workaround described at this link worked.
Does someone help me in this process , please? Please try this method and check if it work for you. I use software center to install, and it installs with no problems. What I do is run cscript ospp. The second instance of the app started in point 3 will wait 15 seconds and then it calls the wmi activate methods extracted from the vbs script. When the count reaches 5, all Office 2010 clients are activated. So use at your own discretion. The echo off, will just keeps the output from showing the command line used.
The end user however generally would not use this method rather go into the software and when prompted to activate go from there. Choosing to activate goes straight through, so the license is also clearly being installed correctly from the config file. Maybe there is something else I am missing? Instead, the Microsoft Volume License Serializer is run on a machine to create its own unique license file. I use the Microsoft Office Customization Tool. This might work with older versions of Office. Prior opening it does the check on which version you have installed.
It does work in Windows 7. You need to delete two registry keys. Other editions are not compatible. Then you could just deploy the activation app and it would install both. You have to place the app on a network share.
Once it reaches 5, all Office 2010 clients are activated. How the App works: 1. The only Office 2016 I have access to at the moment is a copy of Office 365. Yeah, I tried with the xml as well. You need strong command line skills to get the job done. So the command line seems not enough for Office 2016. Below find both my shared link to the script and raw files to check out on your own.
Two activation method are bound to product key within Windows and Office suites. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact. Having the same problem here. Like your results, activation works with the supplied key, and all other settings are getting recognized except for activation. I have tried multiple installs on different computers running Windows 8.