Office 2010 Rearm Check Tool

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  1. DARKOR04

    DARKOR04 MDL Tester/Developer

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    New Version Available

    Office 2010 RCT v2.0

    Release Notes:
    Script Updated.
    Added Rating based on How many Rearms Available.
     
  2. CODYQX4

    CODYQX4 MDL Developer

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  3. tomah

    tomah MDL Senior Member

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    Would you mind repeating that slower and in English for the rest of us? ;)
     
  4. DARKOR04

    DARKOR04 MDL Tester/Developer

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    #24 DARKOR04, Dec 23, 2010
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    WOW Thanks Cody, I will check that out, when Holidays finish, too busy right now (holidays).... and again thanks for your AWESOME TOOLKIT...;)

    Lets see if a get it:

    1. kill osppsvc
    2. delete all license stuff
    3. serach for installed office product in registry. ( on uninstall keys )
    4. set some variables to identified architecture
    5. if not 32 on 32 use msiexec to repair 64 bit. otherwise continue.
    6. (one MSI must be called to setup an empty trusted store) <--- don't get this one. :(
    7. Add license of all detected products. (License files and registry entries and product key)
    8. Now is in notifications mode - so activate and it refresh activation status and rearms.

    So need all Uninstaller reg keys, license files, msi codes for each one,
    I have no problems with (IF Statements and Set Variables) lol

    correct me if I'm wrong....
     
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    CODYQX4 MDL Developer

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  7. INB

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    I guess if you have no rearms left, you are sunk....right.

    Somehow my newly installed corporate edition has no gracetime left...no rearms left. Am I dead in water in terms of using toolkit and IORRT?

    Thanks in advance.

    inb
     
  8. DARKOR04

    DARKOR04 MDL Tester/Developer

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    I recommend to you that first try Cody's Toolkit EZ-Activator to see what it can do for your office, the if everything's fine with your office, give a try to IORRT.... IF Not your doom..LOL [find a copy of Office Pro Plus vL]
     
  9. INB

    INB MDL Novice

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    Thanks, Darkor04, for reply, but looks like I am doomed. I have a copy of corporate version, but it installs with 0 rearms left. I must have screwed up somehow using toolkits of various types on that particular computer, making it run out of rearms...everything fine on other computer. Afraid to call for telephone activation even though urged to to so in instruction file with program. What does Office do to itself or windows if rearms are allows to run out?

    Thanks for what you and others have done for the cause. You guys are geniuses.

    INB
     
  10. letsgoawayhell

    letsgoawayhell MDL Senior Member

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    It does not work under WinXP, coz 'option' is not available in WinXP.
     
  11. CODYQX4

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  12. letsgoawayhell

    letsgoawayhell MDL Senior Member

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    #32 letsgoawayhell, Mar 26, 2011
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    I am wondering why he used save for OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform key but export for Registration key?
    Code:
    >nul reg save "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform" %SystemDrive%\WOAT\Backup\Registry\OfficeSPPInfo.hiv
    >nul reg export "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Registration" %SystemDrive%\WOAT\Backup\Registry\Registration.reg
    I guess it is because most of contents in OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform is binary and so saving to a binary hive file is more efficient for this key than to save to a plain text reg file. But I am not sure if this is it or not? Is it just a disk space consideration or is there sth else?
     
  13. letsgoawayhell

    letsgoawayhell MDL Senior Member

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    Any opinion CODYQX4?
     
  14. CODYQX4

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    #35 CODYQX4, Mar 27, 2011
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  16. letsgoawayhell

    letsgoawayhell MDL Senior Member

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    #36 letsgoawayhell, Mar 27, 2011
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    Thanks for the info :)