Why is the Windows 8 Developer Preview asking for a product key?

martinp
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jimlynch
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Hi martinp,

This article might be of use to you if you need a Windows 8 product key:

Windows 8 Developer Preview Product Key
http://www.addictivetips.com/news/windows-8-product-key/

"If you’re about to reinstall or reset Windows 8 Developer Preview, then you may need to enter product key released by Microsoft. Alternatively, you can also click the “Skip” option to bypass the product key prompt.

Windows 8 Developers Preview Product key: 6RH4V-HNTWC-JQKG8-RFR3R-36498

Windows Server 8 Developers Preview product key: 4Y8N3-H7MMW-C76VJ-YD3XV-MBDKV"

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