unawave Posted November 30, 2010 Share Posted November 30, 2010 (edited) It's documented quite clearly in the activation documentation.Yes, correct. But not documented for Windows 7. Your quote shows the date from January 2008 and belongs to Windows Server 2008 – long time before Windows 7.And I don't think that a "technical description" from January 2008 for "Windows Server 2008" is a legal enhancement for a licence agreement for Windows 7 from October 2009.If you read the article and the slmgr.vbs documentation, you'll note that slmgr -rearm is the same as sysprep /generalize.Sorry, English is not my native language. But I understand this part a little bit different:The /rearm process is also called by sysprep /generalize"called by" and "is the same as" are very different meanings – for my understanding.And - yes: Your second quote depends on Windows 7. But there I can not find any restriction of "only 3 rearms possible / allowed" Edited November 30, 2010 by unawave Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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