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WGA revision

Unread postby Maik » December 5th, 2006, 9:00 am

Dated: 29 Nov 2006
Yesterday we released the latest WGA Notifications Tool for Windows XP. This update includes a number of new features and I thought everyone might like to know about it.

In addition to updated anti-piracy capabilities, this update incorporates and improved user installation and validation experience. First there is a new installation wizard (below) that provides more context and information on how the program works. Second the installation wizard offers the configuration of an autoupdate feature so as we release new versions of WGA Notifications that can detect the most current forms of counterfeiting that information can be updated automatically. The wizard also includes immediate results, and improved information for people who's systems don't pass genuine validation.

This update will initially be available for download on http://www.microsoft.com/genuine, http://www.microsoft.com/downloads, and through Automatic Updates but will be distributed initially only to systems running four known compromised product keys. The opt-in update will be rolled out worldwide through Automatic Updates over the next several weeks and months. We plan to update the Windows XP WGA Notifications tool every 90-120 days as part of our commitment to continually evaluating and adapting to changes in software piracy.

http://blogs.msdn.com/wga/archive/2006/ ... eased.aspx
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