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Originally Posted by Riou View Post
The enterprise version requires a KMS server for activation. Use a different key from technet or MSDN.
No, it doesn't. I'm using Enterprise at work without a KMS server.
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Originally Posted by Win == True View Post
okay just realized something, its an enterprise edition meaning no phone activation

You may need to call MS's volume license activation centers for this one, IIRC.
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post #23 of 23
I know how to help you.. this is what you can do..

Go to your search bar on Windows logo and search for regedit.

Registry hack is one way to make the darn thing work. I recommend you do this AFTER you install new windows update.
Change MediaBootInstall from "1" to "0". (Double-click it and then enter 0 in the dialog that appears.)

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Setup/OOBE/

Close RegEdit.

Open the Start Menu again and type cmd in Start Menu search to display a shortcut to the Command Line utility. Right-click this shortcut and choose "Run as administrator." Handle the UAC prompt.

In the command line window, type: slmgr /rearm

Then tap ENTER and wait for the "Command completed successfully" dialog.

Then you should be able to get your key working otherwise you can look into this method too..

My instructions are merely the same suggestions i had advise you to try.

http://www.winsupersite.com/article/...-upgrade-media (SOURCE)
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