New Blog post series In the Cloud

Last week Microsoft was released whole 2012 R2 (Windows Server and System Center) series, Windows 8.1 and SQL 2014 in preview version. After this Microsoft’s Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President, Windows Server and System Center start with series of blog posts called In The Cloud. In this series of blog posts you will be able to find latest technical details about new products.

In first post Brad Anderson explains what is new and how is this connected with client custom specific scenario.

Plan, Design, Implement, Review and Stabilize is one of many topics which Brad was covered in his first post.

In next 8 weeks lot of content will came from Brad Anderson and I will try to keep you informed about all this news an provide you with valid hyperlink to Brad Anderson’s post

First post you can find here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/in_the_cloud/archive/2013/07/03/what-s-new-in-2012-r2-beginning-and-ending-with-customer-specific-scenarios.aspx

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Windows 8 MAK activation

When I try to activate Windows 8 enterprise I receive DNS error. This was very strange to me because I normally could open web pages in same time.

This was happened because Windows 8 enterprise by default try to activate itself using KMS

So I found workaround on Microsoft web pages and here it is

First you must run Command Prompt as Administrator (right click in lower left corner of the screen)

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Then in command prompt you have to type slmgr.vbs –ipk your_product_key

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Hit Enter an then you will receive this message: Installed product key your_product_key successfully.

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When you check your windows activation you will see that your copy of windows is activated now

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NOTE your product key should look a like xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx, where x could be any number or character