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Automatically query Windows product Key embedded in Bios and activate windows

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This script attempts to resolve windows activation issues for devices that have been upgraded to windows 10 from older operating systems.  It queries Windows Management Instrumentation to query the OEM product key embedded in the device's BIOS and then attempts to activate windows using that key.  There are times where, even if the command reports that it failed, it still activated windows successfully.

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 This script attempts to resolve windows activation issues for devices that have been upgraded to windows 10 from older operating systems.  It queries Windows Management Instrumentation to query the OEM product key embedded in the device's BIOS and then attempts to activate windows using that key.  There are times where, even if the command reports that it failed, it still activated windows successfully.
 #ce
 #include <AutoItConstants.au3>
 #RequireAdmin
 $proc = Run ( "wmic path softwarelicensingservice get OA3xOriginalProductKey", @SystemDir, Default, $STDOUT_CHILD )
 ProcessWaitClose ( $proc )
 $text = StdoutRead ( $proc )
 $one = StringInStr ( $text, "-" )
 $key = StringMid ( $text, Int ( $one ) - 5, 29 )
 RunWait ( @ComSpec & ' /c cscript //B "' & @WindowsDir & '\system32\slmgr.vbs" /ipk ' & $key )
 RunWait ( @ComSpec & ' /c cscript //B "' & @WindowsDir & '\system32\slmgr.vbs" /ato' )

 

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