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Purchased a number of used 7000e systems. How to know if my licenses are still active?

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Re: Purchased a number of used 7000e systems. How to know if my licenses are still active?

Hi Dimitiy.  I suggest you contact Polycom Support.

They can find you a reseller who may be able to get it back under maintenance & factory default it.

If S' is 8205with the next 2 digits a later month of 2005 this should be possible.

If older I'm afraid you may be stuck with a duck & factory restore is your only option.

Riski tech support is listed here.

http://support.polycom.com/PolycomService/support/us/support/Contact_Us.html

Nastrovia!

Pete

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Off to Pete

Pete,

 

The toast "Na zdorovie!" ("Be healthy!" or "Vashe zdorovie!" = "Your health!") have to be proposed with a glass in your hand. We don't see such a glass here );-)))

 

I vam togo je!

Mike

WBR,
Mike
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Re: Off to Pete

Thanks Mike.  I'm somethoing of a collector of polite & fun greetings & sign-offs for international emails.

Sooo many typos in that post of mine.

The only point I do have is How do you know I didn't have a glass in my hand at the time of posting my miss-spelt "Na zdorovie!".

Have a good day.

شكراواللهيعطيكالعافية

 

Pete

 

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