Software Developer – Responsible for building software products that utilize Microsoft FIPS 140 validated cryptographic modules.This document is broken into seven major sections: FIPS 140 Overview – Provides an overview of the FIPS 140 standard as well as provides some historical information about the standard.Therefore they found a middle way to stop and prevent illegal use of Microsoft products.
Once you know the ins and outs of the program, I recommend that you click the Validate Now button on the Genuine Microsoft Software site and follow the onscreen instructions to validate your copy of Windows XP.Note: This tip applies to both Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home.This document is primarily focused on providing information for three parties: Procurement Officer – Responsible for verifying that Microsoft products (or even third-party applications) are either FIPS 140 validated or utilize a Microsoft FIPS 140 validated cryptographic module.System Integrator – Responsible for ensuring that Microsoft Products are configured properly to use only FIPS 140 validated cryptographic modules.All in the nutshell, original products are enhanced with more facilities than the cracked ones.
Both Windows systems will work and behave the same until one point: when updating or trying to obtain new products from Microsoft.
During the last couple of years Microsoft focused on strengthening its anti piracy policy.
It is obvious that the Redmond giant does not accept anymore its products to be counterfeited and used with the same features as the original copies.
From the list select Safe Mode in order to start your computer in Safe Mode.
Once the computer has booted in Safe Mode go to Start Run and type c: Documents and Settings All Users Application Data Windows Genuine Advantage (where C: is usually the system drive). Now go to the security tab and in the Group or user names section click on Users.
The validation test can be failed because you installed a pirated non-genuine copy of 7, or because you have changed your 7 product key to a software-generated key, or sometimes it just happens for no reason at all.