New Office 2010 Repository

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  1. WinFLP

    WinFLP MDL Senior Member

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  2. mydigitallifeforum

    mydigitallifeforum MDL Junior Member

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    Smorgan, not Smorgen.
     
  3. mrthuvi

    mrthuvi MDL Member

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    You should add number, something like:
    1. Understanding editions

    1.1--32 or 64 bit?
    1.2--Activation types

    2 Getting Office

    2.1--Purchasing Office
    2.2--Home Use Program.
    2.3--Student Discount (aka Ultimate Steal aka itsnotcheating)
    2.4--Downloading Office

    2.4.1--Direct Pro Plus Retail links:
    2.4.2--Hashs of popular images
    ....
     
  4. myhken

    myhken Experienced MDL Tester

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  5. MasterDisaster

    MasterDisaster MDL Expert

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    #6 MasterDisaster, Jul 31, 2010
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    Professional Plus 2010 Volume ISO is available on P2P networks

    Code:
      File: SW_DVD5_Office_Professional_Plus_2010_W32_English_MLF_X16-52536.ISO
      Size: 76,73,54,880 bytes
       MD5: 80c74952d1601690e22d461057f157df
     SHA-1: 9f1d385a8989c4d4951b55f0edfaea9066b8f54e
    CRC-32: 4ecadbbb
    
      File: SW_DVD5_Office_Professional_Plus_2010_64Bit_English_MLF_X16-52545.ISO
      Size: 85,02,08,768 bytes
       MD5: f874fc0fa9cc7b4b69be5e1482219bd2
     SHA-1: 2ea4241171b974463bcd9b4617111b46b981c238
    CRC-32: e723adc6
    
     
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  6. syga

    syga MDL Novice

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    #7 syga, Jul 31, 2010
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    How do we know if the file hash is the real thing?
    Is there any direct proof?
     
  7. myhken

    myhken Experienced MDL Tester

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    Hard to give any direct proof, since there is no English VOLUM edition on MSDN/Technet. You have to combine two editions, etc the Norwegian VOLUM edition with the English RETAIL edition. But then you don't have any of the MD5 or SHA-1 or CRC-32 data from both of them. You get a new one. And every person that makes a VOLUM edition this way, will get different results.
     
  8. MasterDisaster

    MasterDisaster MDL Expert

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    #9 MasterDisaster, Jul 31, 2010
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    There is no direct proof of authenticity of the hashes, but I have the ISO and installed it.

    The hashes and filenames of ISO have been confirmed by three different members, so it has to be the real thing.
     
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  9. myhken

    myhken Experienced MDL Tester

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    #10 myhken, Jul 31, 2010
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    This thread has to be put up as a "sticky" thread? Any moderators thats agree?
     
  10. syga

    syga MDL Novice

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    May I ask where you got your iso?

    I also have the vl iso with the same hash as you posted as a torrent, but was reluctant to install it. I tried googling the file name:

    SW_DVD5_Office_Professional_Plus_2010_W32_English_MLF_X16-52536.ISO

    It must have like a million hits, even with the same hash, even from open servers. I never heard anything bad about it either. I guess a million people can't be wrong...

    But still, it would be nice to see a direct micsoft link, like they have on technet...
     
  11. myhken

    myhken Experienced MDL Tester

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    But it's Homemade...do you think the person that make the .iso put it on his website? I have created my own Enligsh VL .iso files from Norwegian MSDN/Technet VOLUM edition and the English RETAIL edition. Since I have both a MSDN/Technet account I have downloaded the files directly. So I know they are 100% safe.
    But if I share my homemade English VL edition, nobody can be sure that the .iso file is clean. Since there is no proof of it on MSDN/Technet.
    So people have the choice of trusting the people that put out files like this, or go in the store and buy a copy and then be 100% safe. I think most of the stuff you download from MDL is safe to use. But you never know...
     
  12. richead

    richead MDL Novice

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    The version of office (MICROSOFT.OFFICE.2010.SELECT.EDITION.RTM.VOLUME.X8 6.DVD.ENGLISH-WZT) is very hard to find, even USENEXT doesn't have it. I finally found 2 on the torrents & d/l them. I did a hash check on both & only one of them matched with the hashes on page 1, so does that mean that the one that doesn't match is not safe to install???
     
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  13. Analog Life

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    #15 Analog Life, Aug 2, 2010
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    Do not require a ... during installation? A product key?

    I think you missed a word or two in this sentence.


    Thanks for this repository, great work.
     
  14. nuhkka

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    i dled this version: MICROSOFT.OFFICE.2010.SELECT.EDITION.RTM.VOLUME.X8 6.DVD.ENGLISH-WZT

    and i activated it with the tuvi method(only took me 1 try) , so now im free? do i have to run the .bat again before 180 days passes?
     
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  15. WinFLP

    WinFLP MDL Senior Member

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    Fixed

    Tuvi's method is manual, so you will have to reactivate again within 180 days. Which is why the automated ways in the toolkits exist.
     
  16. chnix

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    Hi guys. There are two excellent codes for manually activation via ZWT KMS emulator for Office Volume created by MasterDisaster, but as I have a few posts I can not post links yet, so you can find the codes in post 47 and post 77 in the first Office 2010 Repository made by WinFLP.

    I actived my Office with the second code and after i tested the first and actived it smoothly too.

    I hope I have helped.

    @MasterDisaster
    Thanks for these great codes.

    @WinFLP
    Thanks for this useful thread.
     
  17. timesurfer

    timesurfer MDL Developer

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    #19 timesurfer, Aug 3, 2010
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    I think this is the code you were describing by MasterDisaster

    "The following code will activate Office products individually i.e., it will try to activate a product for a maximum of 10 times until it displays a failure message. Same instructions as before.
    Place the Keygen along with this batch file
    Run as Administrator on First run"

    Code:
    @echo off
    mode con: cols=60 lines=10
    title Office Volume Activator
    setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion
    wmic path OfficeSoftwareProtectionService where Version='14.0.370.400' call SetKeyManagementServiceMachine MachineName="localhost"  > NUL 2>&1
    start /B /D "%~dp0" Keygen.exe >NUL
    for /f "tokens=2 delims==" %%A in ('"wmic path OfficeSoftwareProtectionProduct where (LicenseStatus^>0 and LicenseFamily LIKE "%%KMS_Client%%") get id /format:list"') do call :activate %%A
    taskkill /IM "Keygen.exe" /F >NUL
    exit
    
    :activate 
    set /a max=0
    set skuid=%1
    call set skuid=!skuid: =!
    cls
    Echo.
    Echo Attempting to activate the following product:
    for /f "tokens=2 delims==" %%x in ('"wmic path OfficeSoftwareProtectionProduct where ID='!skuid!' get Name /format:list"') do set name=%%x
    Echo.
    Echo SKU ID: !skuid!
    Echo Name: !name!
    set /p var=Activation Attempts... <NUL
    :act
    wmic path OfficeSoftwareProtectionProduct where ID='!skuid!' call Activate > NUL 2>&1
    set /a k=0
    set /a max=%max%+1
    set /p var=%max%<NUL
    for /f "tokens=2 delims==" %%x in ('"wmic path OfficeSoftwareProtectionProduct where ID='!skuid!' get GracePeriodRemaining /format:list"') do set gpr=%%x
    if %gpr% lss 259200 set /a k=1
    if %max% lss 10 if %k% EQU 1 goto act
    set /a gpr=%gpr%/60/24
    Echo.
    Echo Remaining Period: %gpr% day(s)
    Echo.
    IF %gpr% EQU 180 ( echo Product Activation Successful
    ) ELSE ( echo Product Activation Failed )
    ping -n 5 localhost > NUL 2>&1
    "Note: The program will quit automatically after 5 seconds."
     
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  18. chnix

    chnix MDL Member

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    @timesurfer

    Exactly this. Thanks for the help!