Using Office Customization Tool to add tokens.dat & cache.dat .... get error ???

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  1. calpo

    calpo MDL Member

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    #1 calpo, May 19, 2010
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  2. CODYQX4

    CODYQX4 MDL Developer

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    I cannot guarantee this method will actually activate, but change %PROGRAMDATA% to [ROOTDRIVE]\ProgramData

    Copy it exactly as you see it, OCT uses [ROOTDRIVE] as a variable for the drive windows is installed on, which should be the drive office is installed on.

    PS: Tell me if activation actually works this way.
     
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    calpo MDL Member

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    @CODYQX4

    Thanks for your hint. It works perfectly, Bro....... I use path c:\programdata\ .....
     
  4. CODYQX4

    CODYQX4 MDL Developer

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    So your office activated with this disk on a clean install on the same pc?

    I've been working on something for my toolkit that uses the backups I make, but puts them in a silent exe, and was hoping that they could be run via this method.

    This OCT thing you use only works on VL versions however...
     
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    I copy OCT - Admin folder and put it in Office 2010 (MSDN Retail ) , then add files tokens.dat & cache.dat. Save file as .MSP then put it in Updates folder. It's auto-activating after installation.