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How to fetch Adobe license keys using K1000 ?

10/13/2016 861 views
Has anyone used K1000 to track Adobe license keys ? I know certain 3rd party tools like 'Produkey' & 'Recovery Keys' which can fetch the license keys of installed softwares but need to know if anyone has tried it out in their deployment of K1000.

Primarily I want to track which are the license keys for Adobe softwares in my network and track if anyone is using a cracked version of Adobe.
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ADOBE stores it's license info in C:\ProgramData\regid.1986-12.com.adobe

As an example this machines has Indesign and Acrobat installed


I create these CIR's for someone else to tell difference between if pro or standard was installed.  You should be able to adapt them to read any file in the abobe dir to see it's info.

ShellCommandTextReturn(cmd /c if exist C:\ProgramData\regid.1986-12.com.adobe\regid.1986-12.com.adobe_V7{}AcrobatESR-12-Win-GM-en_US.swidtag findstr "<swid:serial_number>9111" C:\ProgramData\regid.1986-12.com.adobe\regid.1986-12.com.adobe_V7{}AcrobatESR-12-Win-GM-en_US.swidtag > %1 && echo Adobe Pro)

ShellCommandTextReturn(cmd /c if exist C:\ProgramData\regid.1986-12.com.adobe\regid.1986-12.com.adobe_V7{}AcrobatESR-12-Win-GM-en_US.swidtag findstr "<swid:serial_number>9121" C:\ProgramData\regid.1986-12.com.adobe\regid.1986-12.com.adobe_V7{}AcrobatESR-12-Win-GM-en_US.swidtag > %1 && echo Adobe STND


Answered 10/13/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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