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Trial period for this product is about to expire Search Server 2010 Express

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
Hi Everyone, I know this is the Forum for SharePoint 2010 but because Search Server Express 2010 builds on SharePoint and I do not find a Search Server Express Forum I will ask my question: After successful install of Search Server Express I got this Error Trial period for this product is about to expire. But Search Server Express is Free and I do not have any Product Key! I hope someone can help me. Best regards domschi  

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