I'll just re-enter the same product key that I originally used. I'm glad you solved your problem. The phone activation process is a pain in the butt, to say the least, but it does work eventually. The following blog for your reference: Implement Ajax Control Toolkit with SharePoint 2013 Best Regards, Dennis TechNet Community Support Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. Aaron6387, I can get to step 3 in that how-to before I start having issues.
Do you happen to have the telephone number that I could call for activation? So if someone could please tell me what that number is or point me in the right direction, I would love to try and activate this over the phone. Which version is the last one that worked for you? PageRequestManagerServerErrorException: An unexpected error has occurred. And only over five months for the 1. Same window prompting that the license key is invalid. Perhaps that is what was hanging around? Cheers and Regards Yes I could post an older version, but Lego specifically said he would rather we didn't.
I have 70 keys I've bought from them, and in the last few months the activation failure rate has gone up to 100%. Reply if you need further help. Please help me with activation of windows 10. We are upgrading one custom solution which has used asp. I believe earlier versions only required. I have 70 keys I've bought from them, and in the last few months the activation failure rate has gone up to 100%.
Perhaps Lego could add a check for. Soon after, I opened Outlook 2013 and the window immediately came back. And yet I don't remember anyone ever saying that they had the problem you are describing with any of them. If anyone else was having your problem, or Lego agrees that there were any changes that had anything to do with. The phone activation process is a pain in the butt, to say the least, but it does work eventually.
Enter one of the unused product codes we've bought from a distributor over time we've bought at least 50 license keys. Any help would be appreciated. Not sure if that is also a separate piece of software in Windows 10 Last but not least, make sure that you right-click on the Activator's. I have looked and looked and do not see a telephone number anywhere. Always open a new topic for your own issues, instead of posting in other threads, thanks! · Click on File, Account,on the right hand side on the page under Product Information check if the product is activated. Thank you both for your help, I will keep everyone posted! Also make sure that Windows Firewall is turned completely off. Activate office 2013 using the product key option by follow the steps below: · Open Word.
The representative said that there were also some keys in the registry that were left behind for them to clean up as well. However in this case, that did not apply. The reason for doing either of these would be to handle poorly written software that checks for the availability of. That it wasn't anything to do with Win Toolkit is only a minor part of the reason I'm glad. I have 37 of them - they were sometimes updated so rapidly I couldn't keep up And this does not count all the Test releases - I have 21 of them and I know I missed some - nor does it count the 38 versions of the 1. Hi Gareth, What is the exact error message you receive when you try to activate Office 2013? Yes I am 100% sure there is only one copy of office installed. A lot of new computers come with a trial version of Office and if you leave it installed and then install another copy this normally happens.
I installed a fresh copy of Win 7 x64 along with office. We learn something new every day I typically do and glad that this nightmare is over with. The user control which uses this update panel gives below error Sys. I've had a couple occurances where a copy wouldn't activate over the Internet and instead had to use the telephone route, generally if I've had to activate a series of copies in a row. So unless you do something specific yourself they should already be installed and active, I believe.
After I said that net4. Maybe I can try that while I'm working on other things. I have disable firewall also Please provide some solution. . We have the same problem with Office 2010. And this has all been in the last six months! When you opened up any of the Office suite products such as Word, Excel, Outlook, etc. I built the computer myself using all brand new parts.
I'm sorry it took this long to get resolved, but thank you for bringing it to our attention in case others have this same problem. I do agree that many new pc's come with pre-loaded software. Edited December 3, 2012 by LittleCow Older than what? After spending two hours on the phone with Microsoft, they were finally able to figure out what happened and how to resolve this issue. Thought I was done -- hours later today. Bottom line, as a user, once you install 4.
All of the sudden, the user is prompted with a window informing her that the activation has failed and is asking for a product key. Do you have any other anti-virus software running? Beta version Win Toolkit also do not works. I was successfully able to enter the product key and go through the online rigamarole in making sure everything is happy. This all happened in June 2015. Not a sign of dotNet 3. Edited December 3, 2012 by bphlpt I'm running v1. You may also refer to the link below which provides information on how to activate Office 2013: I hope the above information helps.