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Windows 7: License Key Recovery With Powershell and/or CMD

1 Week Ago   #1

Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64
License Key Recovery With Powershell and/or CMD


Trying to recover license key from within my Windows 7 Pro SP1 installation.
Something seems to be amiss and receive syntax errors within both methods.
Could someone please offer up some help, or link to tutorial?
Much appreciated!


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