Windows 10 Creator Upgrade triggers a re-activation

Our Licensing provider softWORKZ, has released a technical bulletin (see below), announcing that the next Windows 10 upgrade, may cause users to loose their activation of PWMinder Desktop and ask them to re-activate.

Re-activation is straight forward and only requires that you re-submit your Activation Code, enter you current password and then enter a "New and Never Used" password.

If you have forgotten your Activation/License Code and/or your password you can submit a Help Desk ticket, or access your License Information using the myLicense Portal.

 

Windows 10 Creator Upgrade triggers a re-activation

The major Windows10 Creator Update that is currently being rolled out by Microsoft via their automated Windows Update process, may impact the <MachineID> anonymous hash used by software_DNA when locking the License to the User’s computer. This will trigger a re-activation of the User’s application protected by software_DNA the first time it is run under Windows 10 Creator.

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2017-07-19 17:06:44 UTC
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