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Using VBS for verify over 100keys Office service

Using VBS for verify over 100keys Office service

Using VBS for verify over 100keys Office service


is there a guide where do i check code needed for use Querys with the Office Software Protection Service. There a (OSPP.vbs)file located in the MS Office main folder.

You can verify manually any Office key by using the file OSPP.VBS script running with CScript command inside the CMD Prompt https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/office/office-2013-resource-kit/ee624350(v=office.15)#section1

By using these 3 commands you can manually check if Keys are legit

/inpkey:value Installs a product key (replaces existing key) with a user-provided product key. Value option is required.
^Type the key

/act Activates installed Office 2013 product keys.
^Verify online if they key is legit

/unpkey:value Uninstalls an installed product key with the last five digits of the product key to uninstall (as displayed by the /dstatus option). Value parameter is required.
^erase key for verify the next one.

My question goes if there a way to automate whole thing for over 100 keys, without getting timed out by the servers.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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