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Hello,

does slmgr /dli always show the key for the current activation, with the only exception being generic keys? That is relevant for me, because I entered a new key on a PC that already was activated, and I want to make sure that the current activation is based on this new key, before I link with a Microsoft account.

Regards
 

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Hello,

does slmgr /dli always show the key for the current activation, with the only exception being generic keys? That is relevant for me, because I entered a new key on a PC that already was activated, and I want to make sure that the current activation is based on this new key, before I link with a Microsoft account.

Regards
But....was this a used and new to you system, and you applied a new license over what was in there?

If it was a used system, your first move should have been a full wipe and reinstall. Not simply a new OS license.
 

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