If you rent a Windows Server from us, we automatically equip the server with an evaluation (trial) license. This license is valid for 180 days and can be used during the system setup. After this period, a valid Windows license must be provided.

When the trial period ends, the Windows Server will automatically shut down.

Resetting the Trial Period

If your 180-day trial period is not enough, you can reset your server’s trial period up to 5 times.

Open the Windows Command Prompt as an Administrator (cmd) and enter the following command:

slmgr.vbs /rearm

This command resets the trial license period that has already elapsed. After entering this command, a server restart is necessary.

Your server is now usable for another 180 days.

License Terms

It is important to note that failing to activate Windows, even if the system seems to work fine after the intended period, constitutes a violation of the license terms agreed upon with Microsoft.