After 120 days, you have to re-run the command. You can do it up to 3 times.
Together with the three postponements made possible with slmgr -rearm and
the opening 30-day grace period, that would give users nearly a year (360
days) of activation-free use. A copy of Vista Home Basic bought March 14,
however, ignored the SkipRearm registry change.
"Microsoft has slipstreamed something into Home Basic and Home Premium,"
Livingston said. "But from my reading of the support documents, Microsoft
needs to keep this feature in its business editions, Vista Business,
Enterprise and Ultimate.
"Man-wai Chang" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Dustin Harper wrote:
>> There are ways to run it for a year without reinstalling. Check this:
>> http://www.computerworld.com/action/...leId=9013 258
> a year? the article said 120 days only...
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