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Advanced Tokens Manager Only backup the office suite License not the visio

Visio is just a small little component of the Office Suite - it should get backed up (you may try it Advanced Token Manager is just a portable - won't harm your system.) ;)

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Advanced Tokens Manager Only backup the office suite License not the visio

AFAIK, 2013 visio, project will be part of the office 2013 installation. On windows 8 the office 2013 activation files are the same

( C:\Windows\system32\spp\store\data.dat and

C:\Windows\system32\spp\store\tokens.dat )

ATM will restore these along with office 2013. Was not too sure about 2010 visio being backed up with office 2013, why not install visio 2013 ?

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Advanced Tokens Manager Only backup the office suite License not the visio

Visio is just a small little component of the Office Suite - it should get backed up (you may try it Advanced Token Manager is just a portable - won't harm your system.) ;)

Thank you for your reply

I already have ATM and used it to backup my office and windows licenses .

If the backup include the Visio that would be great but I am afraid not because it only shows MS Office 2013 Pr Key not Visio Key .

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If the backup include the Visio that would be great but I am afraid not because it only shows MS Office 2013 Pr Key not Visio Key .

How did you ascertain that? :)
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Advanced Tokens Manager Only backup the office suite License not the visio

AFAIK, 2013 visio, project will be part of the office 2013 installation. On windows 8 the office 2013 activation files are the same

( C:\Windows\system32\spp\store\data.dat and

C:\Windows\system32\spp\store\tokens.dat )

ATM will restore these along with office 2013. Was not too sure about 2010 visio being backed up with office 2013, why not install visio 2013 ?

Thank you You for this information so I already backed office and windows licenses using ATM ...

Cheers

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Thank you for your reply

I already have ATM and used it to backup my office and windows licenses .

If the backup include the Visio that would be great but I am afraid not because it only shows MS Office 2013 Pr Key not Visio Key .

just to make sure, look at "config.ini" in "Activation Backup" folder. check if it contains all of your key or not.. :)

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If the backup include the Visio that would be great but I am afraid not because it only shows MS Office 2013 Pr Key not Visio Key .

How did you ascertain that? :)

When I open ATM It shows the MS office pro plus 2013 key, the visio has a different key, and that confused me.

Any way if the License of visio and office are stored in the same folder so that means I can backup and restore both office and visio .

using ATM ...

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Thank you for your reply

I already have ATM and used it to backup my office and windows licenses .

If the backup include the Visio that would be great but I am afraid not because it only shows MS Office 2013 Pr Key not Visio Key .

just to make sure, look at "config.ini" in "Activation Backup" folder. check if it contains all of your key or not.. :)

The config.ini contains only two keys, the windows key and the office 2013 pro plus key

Edit : But the title is :

Product Version: Microsoft Windows 8 Pro with Media Center and Microsoft Visio Professional 2013

Build: 6.2.9200 and 15.0.4420.1017

Architecture: x86 and x86

Detected Tokens CRC:********

Detected Data CRC: 1*******

~ Product Keys ~

*****-***KV

*****-***RQ

Is that mean the visio is backed up ?

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If the backup include the Visio that would be great but I am afraid not because it only shows MS Office 2013 Pr Key not Visio Key .

How did you ascertain that? :)
When I open ATM It shows the MS office pro plus 2013 key, the visio has a different key, and that confused me.

Any way if the License of visio and office are stored in the same folder so that means I can backup and restore both office and visio .

using ATM ...

Yeah, sweet!!!

Here's what Josh (the Developer) has got to say on this matter:-

http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/27341-Advanced-Tokens-Manager-The-Activation-Backup-Solution?s=6e26390536bf5a3e6416bb40886c175e&p=671019&viewfull=1#post671019

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Thank you for your reply

I already have ATM and used it to backup my office and windows licenses .

If the backup include the Visio that would be great but I am afraid not because it only shows MS Office 2013 Pr Key not Visio Key .

just to make sure, look at "config.ini" in "Activation Backup" folder. check if it contains all of your key or not.. :)

The config.ini contains only two keys, the windows key and the office 2013 pro plus key

For the Windows 8 and Office 2010 or Windows 7 with the Office 2013 or

2010, the backup is made separately called of 'Windows Activation

Backup' and 'Office Activation Backup' respectively.

read the instruction. maybe you have two config.ini in 2 different folder. not sure though :think:

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Hello friends,

I confirm that ATM is for office, visio and project.

I have tested.

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Hello friends,

I confirm that ATM is for office, visio and project.

I have tested.

Thank you

you saved my time

I was planning to clear my visio key and try to restore the license using ATM

Thanks to all who shared their knowledge here I really appreciate it .

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hi some there. sorry, I didn't read carefully the comments. yes, you can backup and restore license of Visio using ATM if you already succeded activating Windows using key too. I just a bit confuse when you said config.ini only containing two keys, Win8 n OfficeProPlus. it should be three keys there, including Visio. well, good luck :)

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