Is the machine one that has been off campus for several months, i.e. does
this person use this laptop primarily off campus? If this is the case, try
connecting the vpn client while off campus, or simply bring the laptop back
on campus and let it re-connect to the KMS. Hope this helps.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Ogrizovich" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 2:19 PM
Subject: vista activation issues
> hi All,
> We have a pool of latitude 820's that were imaged at the depot, and one
> of them (just one out of 4 or so) started having activation problems.
> (This is not a GENUINE....)
> Actual error was 0x8007267c, which technet suggests a problem with the
> machine not finding the KMS or MAK host- I thought a volume license from
> an imaged machine wouldn't need to be activated? Why would one machine
> have this problem and not the others?
> Anyone have any ideas? I am about to give up and put an XP image on this
> and be done with it if a solution cannot be found.
> Nick Ogrizovich
> Adaptive Technology Lab Manager
> Notetaking Coordinator
> Bailey-Howe Library
> (second floor, directly to your right off the stairs)
> ph: 866-327-2014
> Lab's ph: 802-656-5537
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> the land. They said, "Let us pray". We closed our eyes. When we opened
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