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Windows 7 Test Mode

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HI I recently found one of our machines that is running Windows has a tag in the bottom right corner that says  Windows 7 Test mode.

How can I get rid of this. The machine has been activated with Microsoft and i still get this.All Updates have been done. Please assist
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Thank you that was quick.... Sorted my problem out first time
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