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Convert License Type has disappeared from Operations in the Admin Panel

Posted on 2010-09-22
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We installed the KB971620 because it is a known bug that that will reactivate the 180 day license key.  Here the deal... It has now disappeared from the Operations tab and is now a read only field in the, if you click on the home page and see the annoucements.  This is production and we expire soon, please help!

Thanks you in advance..
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rseabird earned 500 total points
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try this url: http://server:16468/_admin/Conversion.aspx
(where http://server:16468 is the central admin root)
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We, ended up contacting MS.  I am not the admin for SharePoint.  I am the developer.  Our Admin is new and did not realize that was supposed to happen.  Your post was very helpful once I understood what the user needed.  
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