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    CharlieFinn said:
    I did.
    OK. not to worry...You seem to be fine.

    BTW if running powershell commands it has a "." in front of the \ for a relative path or the whole path to the file should be used. like C:\Users\licensingdiag.ps1 (also dont use "-show" it will not mask the keys)
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    Huge thanks Superfly for your help and patience. I will mark this as resolved and go back to looking at new laptops :)
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    CharlieFinn said:
    Huge thanks Superfly for your help and patience. I will mark this as resolved and go back to looking at new laptops :)
    You're welcome.
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