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Windows Creator Update doesn't installs, why?

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  • Hi A.I.R. TechNet Geek.

    According what is displayed in the lower right corner of the desktop, you're running a trial copy of Windows 10 Enterprise: you need a licensed copy of Windows 10 to perform the upgrade.

    Bye.


    Luigi Bruno
    MCP, MCTS, MOS, MTA

    Saturday, April 8, 2017 3:34 PM
  • Hello ;
     
    It seems that you are using windows 10 enterprise evaluation. If you are trying to change the edition, please note: Microsoft does not support any way to convert the evaluation version to a fully licensed version of edition. You cannot change the edition using any method. If you want to upgrade to free 90-day evaluation of Windows 10 Enterprise version 1703, you can download it from the TechNet Evaluation Center.

    Best regards


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    Monday, April 10, 2017 2:02 AM
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  • I actually being Windows Insider, from Microsoft email for Windows 10 Insider Preview I thought Evaluation version would upgrade. Thanks for your revelation.
    Monday, April 10, 2017 6:45 AM
  • Thanks Rick_Li, I will download Windows 10 Enterprise version 1703 from TechNet Evaluation Center.
    Monday, April 10, 2017 6:50 AM
  • You are welcome.  Good luck.

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    Monday, April 10, 2017 6:53 AM
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  • Dear Rick_Li,

    Please note:

    Contrast to our messages, Microsoft sent me Windows 10 Creators update email for Windows Insider program, which meant only for evaluation purpose only.

    I am 5 days ahead of general Windows 10 Enterprise users being Windows Insider, because Microsoft emailed me on 6th April, 2017, email also clearly mentioned Windows Creators update for Visual Studio / MSDN subscribers, not for general users because I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 trial version.

    BUT this trial version doesn't locks after trial period lapses; how? I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 installed on Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation Edition connected to Microsoft Account (not local account), trick of locking starts after I get online but doesn't locks if used offline  if logged in with Microsoft Account; for rest of use (checked 31st December, 2020); a $5,999.00 - New or $2,569.00 - Renewal question.

    Correct this simplest loss.

    thanking you,

    yours faithfully,

    Aniruddha


    Friday, April 14, 2017 1:36 AM
  • Dear Rick_Li,

    Please note:

    Contrast to our messages, Microsoft sent me Windows 10 Creators update email for Windows Insider program, which meant only for evaluation purpose only.

    I am 5 days ahead of general Windows 10 Enterprise users being Windows Insider, because Microsoft emailed me on 6th April, 2017, email also clearly mentioned Windows Creators update for Visual Studio / MSDN subscribers, not for general users because I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 trial version.

    BUT this trial version doesn't locks after trial period lapses; how? I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 installed on Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation Edition connected to Microsoft Account (not local account), trick of locking starts after I get online but doesn't locks if used offline  if logged in with Microsoft Account; for rest of use (checked 31st December, 2020); a $5,999.00 - New or $2,569.00 - Renewal question.

    Correct this simplest loss.

    thanking you,

    yours faithfully,

    Aniruddha


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    Friday, April 14, 2017 8:20 AM
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