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  1. alphanumeric's Avatar
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    Windows 10 IoT
       #301

    Superfly said:
    Nope, the only odd-one-out is Connected = Bing... otherwise the edition naming is the same.

    (Apart, of course from Core = Home as you know)
    Yeah, the Core Connected caught me out the other day. I was pretty sure I new what it meant but had to get confirmation. What does the DM part mean, if anything?
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  2. Superfly's Avatar
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       #302

    alphanumeric said:
    Yeah, the Core Connected caught me out the other day. I was pretty sure I new what it meant but had to get confirmation. What does the DM part mean, if anything?
    It's short for Microsoft Data Management (MSDM) table as found embedded in the firmware of Win 8/10 factory installed PC's.

    For those interested the others are:

    OEM:SLP = System Locked Pre-installation key - Win Vista/7 manufacturer specific keys used to mass activate those installations. Activation is offline with a SLIC table in the firmware and matching Certificate installed together with the key.

    OEM:COA = Certficate of Authenticity key found as a sticker attached to PC's factory installed with the above OEM:SLP method as a backup for online re-activation.

    OEM:NONSLP = Non-System Locked Pre-installation key a.k.a System Builder keys - available from re-sellers and acts as retail online activation keys but with an OEM EULA.
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  3. alphanumeric's Avatar
    Posts : 13,521
    Windows 10 IoT
       #303

    Superfly said:
    It's short for Microsoft Data Management (MSDM) table as found embedded in the firmware of Win 8/10 factory installed PC's.

    For those interested the others are:

    OEM:SLP = System Locked Pre-installation key - Win Vista/7 manufacturer specific keys used to mass activate those installations. Activation is offline with a SLIC table in the firmware and matching Certificate installed together with the key.

    OEM:COA = Certficate of Authenticity key found as a sticker attached to PC's factory installed with the above OEM:SLP method as a backup for online re-activation.

    OEM:NONSLP = Non-System Locked Pre-installation key a.k.a System Builder keys - available from re-sellers and acts as retail online activation keys but with an OEM EULA.
    Ah, OK, all makes sense now. Clipped and pasted all that info in a text file so I don't end up second guessing myself again. Thanks for clearing that up.
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  4. Superfly's Avatar
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       #304

    alphanumeric said:
    Ah, OK, all makes sense now. Clipped and pasted all that info in a text file so I don't end up second guessing myself again. Thanks for clearing that up.
    Always welcome
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  5. Posts : 261
    Win 10 Home Single Language, Ver 1809, Build 17763.379
       #305

    Hi,

    Tried to run ShowKey Plus but my AV sw blocks the code as being unsafe to run ......
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  6. OldMike65's Avatar
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    Windows10 Pro 64Bit
       #306

    Geoff Daniell said:
    Hi,

    Tried to run ShowKey Plus but my AV sw blocks the code as being unsafe to run ......
    ShowKey is very safe to run, try to unblock Showkey from your AV software. You should be able too
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  7. simrick's Avatar
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    W10Prox64
       #307

    OldMike65 said:
    ShowKey is very safe to run, try to unblock Showkey from your AV software. You should be able too
    Yep, what Mike said.
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  8. Posts : 261
    Win 10 Home Single Language, Ver 1809, Build 17763.379
       #308

    Thanks to both of you, will run it anyway ...

    Geoff
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  9. Superfly's Avatar
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       #309

    Unfortunately, since I included the version updater that checks GitHub for newer versions, it sees it as PUP... should I exclude the auto-check and rather have a link to check?
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  10. Barman58's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 2004 - 19041 - 264 XP/Vista/Win7/Win8.1 in VM for testing
       #310

    A warning on 1st run/install should be fine. I think using the latest version is important :)
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