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Extender Windows Vista Trial de 30 a 120 Dias
« en: 19 Agosto 2007, 17:15 pm »

Algo que sucede cuando tenemos Windows Vista es que necesitamos activarlo en el transcurso no mayor de 30 dias, de lo contrario el sistema operativo deja de ser funcional.

Una manera de saber cuantos dias te quedan es hacer click derecho en el menu inicio de windows y mirar en la información basica del sistema:


Ahora viene lo interesante que es que esos 12 dias restantes se renueven a 30 dias restantes, por lo que seguiremos estos dos sencillos pasos:

Escribir en el ejecutar cmd, esto hace que se nos abra la consola del sistema.


Luego escribiremos slmgr -rearm, presionamos enter, reiniciamos la PC y nos volvemos a fijar cuantos días nos queda  :D



Nota: No repetirlo más de 3 veces.



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Re: Extender Windows Vista Trial de 30 a 120 Dias
« Respuesta #1 en: 19 Agosto 2007, 19:54 pm »

YaTaMaS, una fuente  ;)

Run Vista Legally Without Activation

Windows Vista can be used for as long as 120 days without agreeing to its product-activation antipiracy software, the company confirmed on Friday. That's four times longer than the 30 days the company has widely used as the maximum time span the operating system can be used before it shuts down.

Several bloggers and Windows experts, including Brian Livingston, who publishes the Windows Secrets newsletter, have posted details on how to extend the 30-day grace period a maximum of three times, for 120 days. "All versions of Vista allow a 30-day period without activation, except the corporate-oriented Vista Enterprise, which supports only a three-day trial," said Livingston in the latest issue of his newsletter. "If you know the secret, however, you can extend the activation deadline of editions such as Vista Home Premium and Vista Business up to four months past the original install date."

The one-line command of "slmgr -rearm" changes the activation deadline to 30 after the current date, Livingston said.

A Microsoft spokeswoman confirmed the feature and command on Friday. "Yes, 'rearm' can be run up to three times from the release media from Microsoft," she said. "This means [that] a total of 120 days total time is available as a grace period to customers that take advantage of rearm."

Microsoft has documented this option on its Vista Volume Activation 2.0 support site. Although the bulk of the technical information posted is aimed at corporate administrators, the sections dealing with repeated activation also apply to consumer users of the operating system.

Extending the grace period, the spokeswoman continued, is not a violation of the Vista Eula (End User License Agreement). Microsoft introduced product activation in 2001's Office XP and next used it in that year's Windows XP. The feature was toughened up for Vista, however; after the grace periods, nonactivated PCs running Vista drop into what Microsoft calls "reduced functionality" mode. In reduced mode, users can only browse the web with Internet Explorer, and then only for an hour before being forced to again log on.

Some critics have argued that the new activation rules and reduced functionality combine to make what's in essence a "kill switch" - a way for Microsoft to disable PCs running counterfeit copies of Vista. Microsoft has repeatedly rejected that characterization.



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Re: Extender Windows Vista Trial de 30 a 120 Dias
« Respuesta #2 en: 7 Enero 2012, 13:50 pm »

No, quería levantar este post después de 5 años... pero no sabía esto, realmente funciona??
con: slmgr -rearm

Supuestamente esto es para activarlo en ese mismo instante. Es decir aunque queden dias de prueba, activarlo en ese momento o después de reiniciar.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947241/es
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