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Hi guys,

I'm searching for a flow regarding to check if the windows server activated (from license point) and if not how to activating via MAK or KMS function provided by Microsoft. Are there already flows available?

 

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Hi all,

found for me a simple solution:

There is a Command Line flow under Base\Library\Operating Systems\Cross Platform. Here I enter the command "SLMGR /dli". This command read the current license settings. For the SLMGR there are different parameter available, but the DLI is engouh for me.

Hope this helps also other.

 

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Hello, 

As far as I know, there are not such operations. However, you could create a PowerShell operation for that purpose. 

Here is an example of Powershell script: 

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/5675.determine-windows-activation-status-with-powershell.aspx

Hope it helps, 

Gal

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Hi Gal,

thanks for your feedback. The Link you added are a solution to use later, after the OS Installation of the Server OS are done. But currently I'm searching how to check which License Type (KMS, MAK etc.) are used or not. There is the MS tool SLMGR with some parameter, which show you the license type. I've wrote a bat.file and it works as expected. But how could I trigger the bat.file within OO?

regards

 

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Hi all,

found for me a simple solution:

There is a Command Line flow under Base\Library\Operating Systems\Cross Platform. Here I enter the command "SLMGR /dli". This command read the current license settings. For the SLMGR there are different parameter available, but the DLI is engouh for me.

Hope this helps also other.

 

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Hi, 

I'm glad it all worked out. 

Thank you for sharing with the community. 

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