I have some customers who do not volume license their Microsoft Product
and need to activate their Microsoft Office products. This particular
customer bought a laptop with Microsoft Office 2013 pre-loaded and
purchased a separate Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013 1PC
License, however when they tried to activate the license by entering in
their product key they kept getting a pop-up error message;
sorry, something went wrong and we can’t do this for you right now.
Please try again later. ( 0x80070005 )”.
The error occurs because the user account does not have appropriate
permissions to modify the registry<span
style=“font-size: xx-small;“>. Thus the activation needs to
be run with Administrator privileges<span
style=“font-size: xx-small;“>. So I right clicked on Word
and selected Run as administrator and it activated automatically.
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