Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by jamescantello, Aug 2, 2015.
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It's only KMS or permanent activation.
Sorry if it's a stupid question.
Online KMS with a Scheduled Task to keep Activation at 180 days, which will run once a day.
awesome thank you
The only thing that should worry you is that they will shock everyone by updating the KMS protocol at the least expected time.
I have done it this way to keep activation genuine, and to stop virus checkers complaining.
So no fancy KMS hock tools or tricks.
Thanks for the Toolkit, however Isn't it a better idea to go the route of Installing W7 and activating via Windows Loader (DAZ), then upgrading to Win10, then clean Installing Win10 for "sudo permanent" activation? I thought KMS is not permanent activation?
Atm it indeed is. Seems the KMS is phoning with Mum by default, what needs to be disabled.
Still KMS might be good for those that refuse the Free Offer due to it's hardware-change restrictions. Additionally there's also Office that still needs some help.
By Microsoft KMS lasts 180 days before it must be renewed. A KMS program can be configured so it can continue keeping up to date the activation.
If the KMS protocol were to be updated by Microsoft it would render every KMS program useless until that program is updated.
If that were to happen, Also your machine gets deactivated because it's no longer able to communicate with the KMS server because of the protocol changed
Wouldn't be better to stick with KMS Pico? Does this one goes out "for a trip", as well ? Looking for a cold Erdinger? Nicht?
It's a system wide setting, that needs to be adressed soon.
Works for Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB N?
No, not yet!
does the auto update work to disable
Yes, if Windows Updates are detected as enabled then it will show a message to disable them.
Cool me already like the program gonne try it out off course
Does "Disable or Enable automatic updates" work with Windows activated with Daz's Loader too?
Makes no difference how you upgrade to Win 10.
Good work! Excelent easy way to quickly disable those updates hogging the bandwidth that us poor souls can only afford!
Ty, literally only using it to remove one drive tho
I couldn't find any other way