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    I just tried to activate the pmdg for the MSFS after several times it still didn't work
    Please help me!
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    Last edited by Flightsim12; 14May2022, 22:52.

    Today I bought the same product and I have the same problem with activation after clicking on the "Validate" button I will get back the same error code. I have already established a service request, I am very sad about this situation. I hope we will receive a fix or a solution soon. We went through the forums and tried all the repair tips found, but I'm still getting the same error. I have a problem on Windows 11 in the Czech language version.
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    • LiPe76
      LiPe76 commented
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      I received an answer to the established ticket in the morning that there was a problem with the activation server. I was asked to try the installation / activation again and it really worked properly, so this problem was not on my PC or on the PMDG installation side, but a problem on the activation / license server.

    I'm having the same issue. Very frustrating. Hopefully PMDG will give us a solution. Really killed my excitement for the plane. PMDG seems to make the activation process too complicated.


      There is a larger thread about this ...........
      Evening Anyone else getting this. Cant seem to install this product. Thanks. Steve.
      Graham L

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      • DEFpanda
        DEFpanda commented
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        See my reply below. Hopefully this will work for you.

      All, I was able to workaround this error by installing as the administrator. Right click on the install file and hit "Run as Administrator." It didn't work the first time but it installed successfully after a few try's. Good luck.