Remove old keys?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by CatNoise, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. CatNoise

    CatNoise MDL Novice

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    Hello,

    Microsoft Toolkit and slmgr.vbs are both showing me, that obviously these keys are installed somewhere on the system (I have replaced them here with * obviously).


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    Product Key: Y****-*****-*****-*****-****T
    Validity: Valid
    Product ID: 00216-40000-00000-AA398
    Advanced PID: XXXXX-02164-000-000000-03-1031-9600.0000-2802013
    Activation ID: b*******-****-****-****-***********9
    Product Description: Office15_ProPlusVL_KMS_Client
    Edition Type: ProPlusVolume
    Edition ID: X18-32633
    Key Type: Volume:GVLK
    Eula: ltKMS
    Crypto ID: 2164
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    Product Key: W****-*****-*****-*****-****T
    Validity: Valid
    Product ID: 00216-00000-00000-AA166
    Advanced PID: XXXXX-02160-000-000000-00-1031-9600.0000-2802013
    Activation ID: 1*******-****-****-****-***********d
    Product Description: Office15_ProPlusR_Grace
    Edition Type: ProPlusRetail_Grace
    Edition ID: X18-32620
    Key Type: Retail
    Eula: ltGrace
    Crypto ID: 2160
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    How do I remove them from my system?
     
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  3. CatNoise

    CatNoise MDL Novice

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    #3 CatNoise, Oct 7, 2013
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2013
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    <Product key not found>

    Not working.

    I already tried slmgr as well.

    Update:
    I just found a tool "Office Key Remover" and it worked, but I still want to know how to do this manually.
     
  4. TheOldScout

    TheOldScout MDL Novice

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    Try MTK. Click Office, Click Remove. It will delete only the KMS key.