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DEFINITION: XP key changer is a way to update the product activation code, also known as a product key, for the Windows XP Professional operating system. This action may be necessary in the event a product key intended for a single computer has found its way onto more than one computer in a corporate network.In a few corporate network environments, system administrators have been known to deploy single-user product  … 
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XP 5 Ways to Mitigate Risk
sponsored by Lumension
WEBCAST: This exclusive webcast offers five ways to mitigate risk when running XP after Windows discontinues support.
Posted: 05 Nov 2014 | Premiered: Nov 5, 2014

Lumension

How to Limit the Risk of Attack on your XP Assets
sponsored by AlienVault
WEBCAST: This webinar describes the new threats facing organizations that are still using Windows XP now that support for the operating system has ended. It also highlights a solution that can be implemented to make sure Windows XP assets remain protected.
Posted: 08 May 2014 | Premiered: May 8, 2014

AlienVault

PC Data Migration Made Easy with Endpoint Backup
sponsored by Code42
WEBCAST: PC data migration projects are challenging, but endpoint backup can make the process easier. This webcast will give expert advice on how to make the migration process as simple as possible.
Posted: 13 Mar 2014 | Premiered: Mar 24, 2014

Code42

Windows Upgrade: Key Processes and Resources Revealed
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Windows 8 Pro
WEBCAST: This webinar looks at the benefits of using your upgrade from Windows XP as an opportunity to optimize your entire data center strategy.
Posted: 04 Nov 2013 | Premiered: Nov 4, 2013

Dell, Inc. and Windows 8 Pro
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WINDOWS XP DEFINITION (continued): … XP key changer is a way to update the product activation code, also known as a product key, for the Windows XP Professional operating system. This action may be necessary in the event a product key intended for a single computer has found its way onto more than one computer in a corporate network.In a few corporate network environments, system administrators have been known to deploy single-user product keys (which are publicly available on the Internet) on multiple computers. If such a key exists on a corporate computer without its user's knowledge, the key is said to have been "leaked." This can cause problems when the user tries to install updates to the operating system. An affected user can update the product key without having to purchase and install a completely new individual copy of Windows XP if problems of this sort are encountered.
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