2010年1月21日 17:55I want to use a handheld barcode scanner to record license information against product keys. Looks like MS use a different standard on the product key barcode sticker to that of the license sticker. I have a lot of software to record- there must be a way to get the product key from the barcode (a scan currently produces a number instead of the expected product key). Any advice- seemed like a good way to record all my licenses!
- 已移动 Carey FrischMVP, Moderator 2010年1月21日 19:44 Moved to relevant category (From:Office Genuine Advantage Validation Issues (Office))
Colin have you received any feedback regarding this? We are looking to do the same thing for our Work at Home media.
Collin, do let us know if you get any feedback, this is exactly what I was looking for.
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This is exactly what I am looking for too!
For example, a Win7 Pro licence sticker barcode reads back as 14 numbers, starting with 00 and ending in 7.
2011年10月19日 17:53We're looking for such a solution for our company as well. Anyone have any breakthrough's?
HI ColinHave ever found the solution for this barcode scanner not scanning the code ? I know this is a long time ago but there seems to be no straight answer for this
I'm sorry to say but the barcode under the product key doesn't contain the information you're after.
It is actually a tracking number, which if scanned would show where that particular copy came from, which reseller it was shipped to - all of the information that Microsoft or an anti-counterfiting agency would need if they thought it wasn't a legit copy.
- 已标记为答案 Colin Edwards 2012年10月19日 7:07