IFD requires product key at run time

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IFD requires product key at run time

Postby IHipschman » Fri Dec 15, 2017 11:46 am

I just updated the Image for Windows Suite from V3.12 to 3.15. I then created a new IFD Recovery Boot Disk, but when I tested it, it required my product key. It has not done this in previous versions. Is this something new or have I done something wrong?
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Re: IFD requires product key at run time

Postby TeraByte Support » Fri Dec 15, 2017 12:14 pm

you may have typed in the wrong name or key when creating it.

"IHipschman" wrote in message news:14500@public.image...

I just updated the Image for Windows Suite from V3.12 to 3.15. I then
created a new IFD Recovery Boot Disk, but when I tested it, it required my
product key. It has not done this in previous versions. Is this something
new or have I done something wrong?

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Re: IFD requires product key at run time

Postby mjnelson99 » Fri Dec 15, 2017 12:38 pm

I will copy the key into the folder where IFD/IFL is located.
That way I do not need to look for it at the last moment.

Did you use makedisk.exe to create the IFD boot disk? OR??
Mary

On 12/15/2017 12:46 PM, IHipschman wrote:
> I just updated the Image for Windows Suite from V3.12 to 3.15. I then created a new IFD Recovery Boot Disk, but when I tested it, it required my product key. It has not done this in previous versions. Is this something new or have I done something wrong?
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Re: IFD requires product key at run time

Postby IHipschman » Fri Dec 15, 2017 1:27 pm

That was it. My stupidity. I had entered the Order Number instead of the key since that was what I had to enter to download the new version. Just a thought: It might be good have MakeDisk give a warning when the user enters the wrong name/key.

Thanks,
Ivan
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