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Office 365 Keeps wanting to be activated

Posted on 2014-11-13
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Have A Client where we installed Office 365 on his laptop

Every time he attempts to use his Office it wants to be activated.

When he does not have internet Connectivity he cannot activate it AGAIN

so it won't work

How can I stop this from happening.

Cjoego
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Question by:Joseph Salazar
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by:John Hurst
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Go to an Office application (Word, Outlook or like).  Click on File, Office Account and log in. See what the subscription says in terms of activation (or possibly too many activations).
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by:Joseph Salazar
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Nope this is the only install
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by:John Hurst
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Even so, with one install, you should check the Office Account to see what it says.
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by:Joseph Salazar
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Says one install

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One of Five to be exact

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Try running a full Office Repair. Control Panel, Programs and Features, click on Office and do a Full Repair (not quick repair).

Or call Microsoft Customer service: 1 (800) 642-7676
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by:Joseph Salazar
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Thanks John,

already did that and it was the trick

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@cjoego  - Thank you for the update and I am glad the repair fixed your issue.
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