Please see the Application Event Log for additional information. Windows just recently decided that it was no longer genuine and it keeps telling me that I need to re-activate. Alternately, have you changed the hardware configuration at all since first installing Hyper-V Server? Contact the 0xC004F009 The Software Protection Service reported that the grace period expired. I know that there's an option to activate by phone, but I can't find it anywhere on here. Unfortunately, its not as pretty as it used to be. Posted by on July 10, 2011 , in Category with Tags , Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.
If you are looking for more Slmgr. This machine is purposefully on an isolated environment no internet for testing purposes. Installing a Volume operating system on a computer that does not have a qualifying operating system installed is not supported. I got it working on friday before I left work. Restricting these background tasks permissions will also generate this error.
I'd prefer to not have to reinstall Windows 7, so any leads would be greatly appreciated. Otherwise, the system will go into the Notifications state at the end of the grace period. I wonder if anyone at SuperUser can help? I also do not remember the command I entered to get it to go away. It sounds like you're having problems connecting to the validation server. If the key is being copied and pasted, make sure that em-dashes have not been substituted for the dashes in the key. Make sure you type the correct product key, in this I mean the product key for the installed version of Windows Server 2008. To resolve this issue, you must reinstall the operating system.
Enjoy your genuine copy of Windows. I have found a few script here, but due to my lack of knowledge on scripting, I dont know how to modify them to perform the way I want, so I am hoping some one here came across the same requirement and have a script available. It is not full server. If you want the Windows operating system to attempt activation by using whichever key has been installed in the operating system, on a client computer, open a Command Prompt window, type the following command and hit Enter: slmgr. Note This is not necessarily an indication of tampering. Does anyone know why this would be the case. This issue may also occur if Windows has been modified by malware to allow additional features to be installed.
With Windows Server 2008, I can see the same option to register using this service, but it is greyed out: Google pointed me to people experiencing this issue but the only workarounds I saw where to use the internet not an option for me. I downloaded several updates upon orginal installation and soon after I got the image in the bottom right stating it is not genuine. Take that error code and feed it to slui. I downloaded the free standalone hyper visor from microsoft Hyper-V server 2008. Jeremy Flynn wrote: Wow thanks for locating that. Not the answer you're looking for? One of the servers is now saying that it's not genuine. I will go through with contacting Microsoft, hopefully that is the issue.
Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again. I can only Hope I need the script to go into my domain and pick the computer object type no matter how drill down on sub-level folder is the machine and let me know if the machine is active status is licensed or not. Does anyone know how to enable this option? Jeremy Flynn wrote: It does have internet access yes. Although I do not think it matters as it came back anyways. Most of the licensing operation in Windows can be done via graphical user interface. It is stand alone hypervisor.
I have installed an instance of Win Server 2008 R2 on a Virtual machine. I was not even given a key upon downloading as it just a free product. The install process got to the end but then I received an error saying that there was an issue with some of the files and it rolled back the entire process. I'm not quite sure what to do now and the thought of being on hold with Microsoft is not terribly appealing to me. Kr1spy wrote: When downloading the hypervisor they usually provide you with a cd-key you can use for testing purposes.
In no event shall Microsoft, its authors, or anyone else involved in the creation, production, or delivery of the scripts be liable for any damages whatsoever including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or other pecuniary loss arising out of the use of or inability to use the sample scripts or documentation, even if Microsoft has been advised of the possibility of such damages. First you must figure out what triggered Windows to think it has been customized outside of standard configuration guidelines. Is this full Windows 2008 R2 or is it server core? I did have core installed with hyper-v role but i formatted the harddrive and used a tool to create a bootable flash drive for hyper-v server 2008. Check th spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again. In notepad it will be broken out into the 9x6 groups and easier to read. I am now convinced it was a hardware problem - probably disk corruption. I definitely did nothing to fix it, therefore I would like to know what the heck is going on.