Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Yerong, Nov 22, 2020.
Trojan:Win32/Spursint.Q!cl detected by Microsoft Defender in the latest files.
First of all, kudos for your work, Yerong. Here’s my situation: I used to get Office (now Microsoft) 365 Enterprise free from the college I got my degree for more than 10 years under the MS School/student program. That ceased under COVID and the school (likely due to cost cutting) stopped my license in Summer 2020. Since then, I’ve gotten by with an ancient edition of Office Enterprise 2007 on a different Windows 10 installation, but really prefer the latest and greatest.
Here’s my question: May I use your tool to reactivate my current Microsoft 365 installation from my school, or should start from scratch with a new installation using your tool? What’s ironic is that despite my license being deactivated, the apps are still being updated automatically (Go figure!).
Thank you for your feedback on this issue.
Logout your deactivated license of office O365 and, use KMS_VL_ALL to activate your current office install.
You may need to use Credential Manager (Control Panel\User Accounts\Credential Manager) to remove the O365 license login from the system.
Thank you Windows_Addict - Your instructions worked perfectly!
Good morning! I just downloaded the version with the file date of 3/10/21.
I scanned it with MS Defender and it found 0 threats. Thank you for this tool, which keeps getting better and more useful! Take care,
Now the 126.96.36.199 version is released, I tested and everything is good. Thanks for your report.
Does Office 2021 Preview have an expiration date?
New release out: Office.Tool.Plus.188.8.131.52
No expiration date because you get updates every week or months.
Thank you! I also downloaded and scanned. No problems at all, thank you for this tool!
Plz direct link
Any updates?? Thx!!
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I'm not sure why are you not getting this but let me explain,
- How 3rd party sites are able to get early release when it's not posted by the original author's link? And if it's posted by the author then why not post the link of that instead of 3rd party? All original download links are easily available on GitHub and on its homepage.
- Still, it would have been good enough if you posted links to good sites like majorgeeks or softpedia,
but as I've checked, all 3rd party site link which you posted have cash hosts for download links (pay uploaders for the number of downloads) which results in lots of misleading download button where if mistakenly clicked without adblocker, they try to download something else which mostly contains adware. One of the sites named di**ov which you posted, is known to put severe adware in their 'Repacks'.
- On one hand, we have an author who is providing a tool in the cleanest possible way for a better user experience, and on the other hand, you are arguing on the behalf of those mentioned s**tty 3rd party sites. Sorry but I'll oppose you for that and report any such links here.
Similar things happened to Windows Loader by Daz. The websites say that the latest version is 3.1, and it can activate Windows 10 via KMS. The websites even have fake changelogs. In reality, Windows Loader uses a completely different activation exploit and not KMS.
The site that I posted was just to show a new version and I remind you I never said to download from that site so stop trying to learn me something that I already know about.
Do I have to install this tool using the setup.bat or can I just run the Office Tool Plus.exe ?
I don't want to install it and having leaving any registry traces