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Hi there. We have found that two copies of office 2003 on XP in our office were installed from the sme CD, same serial number, but we have a volume license and want to change one of them to legitimate. Do not want to uninstall & reinstall if possible. Does anyone have a suggestion?
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ferg-o: I don't even think it's necessary. On the off-chance that someone would audit, you have the appropriate number of licenses for the number of machines, and that'd be sufficient, IMHO. I doubt they'd even check that the serial numbers are all different.
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