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Microsoft to shut down TechNet subscription service

  1. #71


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    What about subscribers in the past that didn't renew their TechNet subscriptions, did their keys get de-activated?

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  2. #72


    Toronto, Canada. Born in the U.K.
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    Win 10 Pro + Win 7 Ult SP1 (x64)


    Originally no they didn't but Microsoft changed their policy a while back and now the EULA states that you must stop using any software downloaded from them when your membership expires.
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  3. #73


    Toronto, Canada. Born in the U.K.
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    Win 10 Pro + Win 7 Ult SP1 (x64)


    See Post #62
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