Official KMS Solution for Microsoft Products . This is a set of tools and functions for managing licensing, deploying, and activating Microsoft Office and Windows. All output from these functions is displayed in the Information Console. All functions are run in the background and the GUI is disabled to prevent running multiple functions, as they could conflict or cause damage if run concurrently. The Microsoft Office Setup Customization Functions (Customize Setup Tab), AutoKMS Uninstaller (if AutoKMS is installed), AutoRearm Uninstaller (if AutoRearm is installed), Office Uninstaller and Product Key Checker work even if Microsoft Office or Windows is not installed/supported. For information about individual functions, read further.
Microsoft Toolkit Functions
Office Information: This states if Microsoft Office is installed and supported on your PC and whether it is 32 bit (x86), 64 bit (x64) or 32 bit running on 64 bit OS (x86-64). It will also tell you the Product Edition and Version Number.
Windows Information: This states if Microsoft Windows is installed and supported on your PC and whether it is 32 bit (x86), 64 bit (x64) or 32 bit running on 64 bit OS (x86-64). It will also tell you the Product Edition and Version Number.
Uninstall Office: Run a script that will uninstall Microsoft Office if you can't manually remove it. Microsoft Office 2003 and later is supported.
EZ-Activator: This is a simple setup for KMS Activation. Unlike previous versions, it CANNOT use KMS activation if you are using Retail License. EZ-Activator gathers information about your licensing status to provide the best method of activation. It can automatically attempt possible fixes in case of activation failure, and can reverse all changes in case of total failure.
It automatically installs all KMS Keys for your system, attempts activation for only KMS Licenses, and if successful, installs AutoKMS automatically.
AutoKMS: AutoKMS is a scheduled task that will renew your 180 day KMS activation. Unlike other KMS activators, AutoKMS does not run 24/7 or only at the last minute with the hope it won't fail, and leaves no traces of itself other than a scheduled task, log, and exe file. It only attempts to activate KMS licenses (which saves a lot of time if you have non-KMS licenses such as MAK or Retail active). It will run at startup and then every 24 hours and attempt KMS activation a set amount of times (the task schedule cannot be changed). The Install/Uninstall buttons are used to install or remove AutoKMS.
AutoKMS Custom Task: Replace the default AutoKMS Scheduled task with a custom one that won't be reset. You can customize the triggers the way you want in Task Scheduler.
AutoRearm: AutoRearm is a scheduled task that will allow you to use Microsoft Office in grace period forever (It is a trial reset not an activator). It requires that you have at least 1 available rearm upon install. It works by taking a backup of your activation and restoring it when you run out of rearms. It runs on startup and then every 24 hours, and checks how many days left you have on your grace period (the task schedule cannot be changed). It will rearm if you have 5 or fewer days before your grace period expires. If the rearm fails because the count ran out (which is normal and inevitable), it restores the backup, which puts the count where it was upon install of AutoRearm. Because this grace period is likely expired, it then rearms (which is why at least 1 rearm is required). The backup will be restored upon uninstall reverting your PC to whatever state it would be in when you installed AutoRearm (though grace may be expired). AutoRearm cannot be installed alongside timesurfers IORRT (which does the same thing as AutoRearm).
NOTE: Retail Microsoft Office nags you for activation on startup, so don't use Retail. You can stop this by using Volume Edition and using KMS Product Key.
KMS Server Service: Install KMSEmulator as a Windows Service that constantly runs and starts Automatically, for turning your PC into a KMS Server that can activate other clients over the network.
NOTE: This does not use vbc.exe or any in memory tricks, and the Service is written in C++, not C#.NET. You will want to AV and Firewall exclude this service.
Attempt Activation (Activate): This will attempt to activate any and all Microsoft Office or Windows products (depending on the Toolkit Mode). Online and KMS Activation will be performed.
Attempt Activation (Phone): This will attempt to activate any and all Microsoft Office or Windows products (depending on the Toolkit Mode), that can be Phone Activated and aren't already activated. The Phone Activation will require you to enter a Confirmation ID which you get by calling Microsoft, but it will save it for later use.
Check Activation Status (Check): This will display detailed information on Microsoft Office or Windows activation (depending on the Toolkit Mode), including how many days you are licensed for, what Product Key and type of license you are using, and much more.
Rearm: This resets the 30 day grace period that all Microsoft Office or Windows products (depending on the Toolkit Mode) have. Rearm can be done up to 5 times.
Get Rearm Count (Available): The available button will tell you how many rearms you have available. On Microsoft Office we have to do a License Backup, count rearms, and restore the Backup, and this can't be done on Microsoft Office 2013 when using Windows 8.
Product Keys Tab:
Install: This will install a Product Key, using either a provided Product Key based upon your selection or a custom Product Key that you enter. A Product Key cannot be installed unless you have that License installed.
Uninstall: This will remove a Product Key, either removing the Product Key based upon your selection or a custom Product Key that you enter.
Check: This will give information on an Product Key, using either a provided Product Key based upon your selection or a custom Product Key that you enter. This information is what you would get from a PIDX checker.
Check KeyList: Check multiple Product Keys obtained using a form that can read the clipboard and any files you choose. All Product Keys are found using Regular Expressions from these sources and are stored. When you are done, all these Product Keys will be checked.
Check Registry: Read the Product Key found in the Registry for Microsoft Office or Windows products (depending on the Toolkit Mode), and peform a check on it. NOTE: Product Keys may not exist, be obscured, or not actually be installed.
Show Registry: Read the Product Key found in the Registry for Microsoft Office or Windows products (depending on the Toolkit Mode), and display it. NOTE: Product Keys may not exist, be obscured, or not actually be installed.
License Backup Tab:
Backup: This saves your licensing information for Microsoft Office or Windows products (depending on the Toolkit Mode) so it can be restored later. This information is machine specific, so it won't work on different hardware. It saves the current state but does not stop the clock, so a 25 day old backup restored will be whatever days you had minus 25 when you took the backup, if you are using KMS or Trial licensing. Backups are stored in subdirectories of the "Backups" folder, named after the Product shown in the Main Tab. The "Backups" folder will be created in the same directory as the Microsoft Toolkit executable using the name you entered, so be sure you aren't running Microsoft Toolkit from a read only directory.
Restore: Restores all of the information saved in a previous backup. It will take a temporary backup of your current state, delete your current state, and then restore the backup. If it fails to r