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Jeromewhy
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HP Device Manager 4.7 SP 7 - Managing Windows 10 IoT Windows Licenses

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I am working on deploying HP T530 Thin Clients with Windows 10 IoT, and am wondering how the licenses can be managed on a static image.

 

Windows 10 IoT is requiring a unique key be applied to each thin client, which is generally fine since they each come with one, however, the HP Device manager does not seem to have a way to save the key from a thin client and then deploy that key after imaging.

 

has anyone worked through this issue yet?

 

Thanks!

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Are you talking about the Win10 from Microsoft or HP brand Win10?

 

If that's the default HP Win10 image from factory, then you don't need to worry about the license. The license should have been added into BIOS during the DASH process in the factory. It will be activiate automatically after having the internet connection.

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Are you talking about the Win10 from Microsoft or HP brand Win10?

 

If that's the default HP Win10 image from factory, then you don't need to worry about the license. The license should have been added into BIOS during the DASH process in the factory. It will be activiate automatically after having the internet connection.

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My opinions are my own, and do not express those of HPI.
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Thank you, that is exactly what I needed to know!

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