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Office Enterprise 2007 Student Copy validation Failure
When my step-daughter studied in the UK, she is now back in Thailand working, she purchased a Student Copy of MS Office Enterprise 2007, installed and validated it there. The CD says Not For Use or Distribution outside of Europe, the middle east, or Africa.
Now, as far as I remember she has re-installed from this disc once since and that was here in Thailand and all worked OK.
Recently she re installed Windows 7 Ultimate, validated it OK. Then her CD Drive failed before she could put in MS Office and other things.
A friend, who happens to be an MS Partner…lucky me… put MS Office Enterprise 2007 on a USB stick for her and she installed it. Apparently when she inputted her product key she got a green tick. However when she came to validate it, the validation failed. It came back with an error code and said something like its already been activated the max number of times and to contact MS.
Anyway she hasn’t yet and is a little concerned that they might say sorry you are now back in Asia so bad luck.
Anyway my friend said he had a spare MS license, apparently he has a few, so gave me his product key. She used the MS help to change the key to his and it validated OK.
What I would like to know is, was using the student version that she had actually legal to in Asia, I assume what he did was legal after all he did buy a bundle of licenses….thanks
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