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Excellent, indeed!

And, FWIW, wgannon's code appears to work fine on W2K, at least for the OS key; the Ofc key can be adapted, trivially, by changing both instances of "11.0" to whatever version you find (via regedit, for instance) at n.n in your registry at

but I'm not positive it works correctly as running the adapted code here spews what seems to me to be a highly unlikely key -- but that may be because the Ofc install here is a (thoroughly legal) US govt site license, to which only the systems folk have access.

Just in case my n.n notation is unclear, my changed lines are:

my @office = $Registry->{"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\Software\\Microsoft\\Off +ice\\9.0\\Registration"}->SubKeyNames; print &getXPkey("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\Software\\Microsoft\\Office\\9.0\ +\Registration\\$office[0]\\\\DigitalProductId");

In reply to Re: Finding Windows XP CD Key by ww
in thread Finding Windows XP CD Key by wgannon

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