In case anybody’s overly concerned. Here’s the OEM EULA. Notice, it states that you are allowed to transfer the license to another user so long as it’s with the device and the software is installed and the product key is given with it. There are no rules on what you can/cannot document. That’s like saying you can’t pull the serial number from the bios.
Just trying to get people to calm down. We know the device and software are owned by the person. We know how to obtain the information. We don’t know how the user intends to use it after it’s been stored, but that’s out of our hands. We cannot control what the admins/users do with the key once it’s know, but that’s out of our control to begin with. There’s plenty of ways for users to get that information to begin with, I don’t see anywhere in the EULA where it states we cannot store a copy of it for ourselves.
@x23piracy I can’t seem to replicate the problem running the exact same version of FOG as you, and using the exact same key as you. I would start thinking maybe your FOG server can’t reach api.pushbullet.com for whatever reason.