Ms Office Slo Activation
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Ms Office Slo Activation
I just built my first Server 2016 XenApp server in App Layering, and the one issue I'm seeing is that the Office activation script apparently doesn't run at all. kmssetup.cmd does appear in the startup in AutoRuns, and Windows is being activated. I followed the same exact steps that I did in Windows 10 (which works perfectly), so I'm not sure if there's another step that needs to be done here. This is my process:
I just submitted my case with Citrix, but I think I'm onto something here. On a hunch, I replaced the kmssetup.cmd file on my layered image with the one from App Layering 1812 (and many versions before that), since it was modified in this new one. I sealed the image and rebooted, and now the Office Activation script is running and activating. The only change I see in that file is where the Office activation is actually running (it was moved to near the end of the script in 1901). If you compare the two files on your end you'll see what I mean. I'm going to replace that file in my Office layer and build another image to see if that resolves it. If so, I imagine I won't be the only one affected by this...
It looks like the kmssetup.cmd in 19.01 was edited to fix an order of operations problem between Windows and Office activation, and accidentally moved Office activation so that it only happens on the second boot. In MCS, that's OK, there are several boots in the preparation process. But with PVS, there is just one, so Office doesn't get activated. Support has a slightly modified copy of kmssetup.cmd which should work, but I haven't tested it myself.
After you download the Office Deployment Tool, double-click on the officedeploymenttool executable (.exe) file to extract the ODT files. When you're finished, you should have several files: setup.exe and some sample configuration.xml files. For an Office LTSC 2021-specific sample, see Sample configuration.xml file to use with the Office Deployment Tool.
Figure 3. Mechanism for the activation of the sAHP as proposed in this review. Global increases in cytosolic calcium lead to activation of diffusible neuronal calcium sensors (NCS: hippocalcin, neurocalcin δ). Binding of calcium to NCS exposes a previously sequestered myristoyl moiety allowing NCS to bind to the plasma membrane. Binding of NCS to plasma membrane leads to a transient increase in PtdIns(4,5)P2 levels and subsequent activation of the sAHP.
When you open an Office program for the first time, it will ask you to agree to the license agreement, so click Accept if you do. You might also see the Microsoft Office Activation Wizard; follow the instructions for this. It's always best to select I want to activate the software over the internet option for the speediest activation.
I am using Ubuntu and I need to do my project work. When I use libre office for the work purpose it stores in odt format and converting from odt to docx format changes the alignment of words and paragraphs in documentation.
Yes, there is a good alternative. Onlyoffice is free and open source (GitHub), and has excellent Microsoft Office compatibility (including viewing Annotated Powerpoint presentations).
Just from personal experience, I have found WPS office has the best compatibility with Desktop MS-Word and Excel; I've tried Libre Office, OnlyOffice, Office365 (Google Docs is better I think), an others I've forgotten about, but they all come up a bit short. Also since WPS's ribbon format seems to be an almost like-for-like rip-off of MS-Office, it has the shortest learning curve if you're a long-standing MS-Office user. I have tried to persevere with LibreOffice in the past, it's very comprehensive, but some features are still a bit clunky, and the rendering quite often is just a bit "off" (like Disney characters on the back of ice-cream vans), enough to make it a time-waster
Google docs is also a good alternative for microsoft office package. It's bit hard to truly dependent on microsoft office if you are on u