Microsoft Office Professional 2010 cannot verify the license for this product ERROR

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lfournier

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I am getting "Microsoft Office Professional 2010 cannot verify the license for this product. You should repair the Office program by using Control Panel." error this morning after booting up the system.

There was a MSFT update that ran last night, and I'm suspicious of it being the trigger of the error.

I have tried the "repair" option for MSO 2010, and have also re-entered the "key", to no avail.

Has anyone else had this problem? Any other ideas?

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Hi there, welcome to the board!

Have you tried uninstalling the update? Do so from the Control Panel. There's a button which will toggle showing updates. I'm not aware of any updates which will do this though. I'd start there, maybe trying to open in safe mode, but that seems like a stretch.
 

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lets see if this shows any reasons why you are getting the error
Please run the MGA Diagnostic Tool and post back the report it creates:
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