ProduKey v1.93 Updated

billon on 13 Jun 2018
  • 124KB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 12 Jun 2018
  • Suggested by Andrew Lee

ProduKey recovers the Product IDs and CD keys of Microsoft Office, Windows, Exchange Server, SQL Server, Visual Studio and some of the Adobe and Autodesk products installed on your machine. You can also view this information for for another machine using command-line options.

System Requirements: WinAll
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch ProduKey.exe.
What's new?
  • Added 'Office Product Name Extraction Mode' option, which controls the way that the product name of MS-Office is extarcted from the Registry:
    • 'Prefer the product name from Uninstall Registry key' - ProduKey tries to extract the product name from the Uninstall Registry entry, like it did until version 1.85
    • 'Prefer the product name from Office Registry key' - ProduKey first tries to extract the product name from 'ProductNameNonQualified' and 'ConvertToEdition' Registry values, like it did starting from version 1.86.

13 comments on ProduKey  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

XL 2007-08-05 08:26

I clicked on download but BitDefender locked the page saying this one has a virus.

a 2007-08-05 09:25
Webfork 2007-08-05 22:00

For those of you who don't know how to do that "/nosavereg" thing described above, here's how.

1. Make sure that you have file extensions turned on. Goto "My Computer" - "Tools" - "Folder Options" - "View". Then uncheck boxes next to both "Hide extensions for known file types" and "Hide protected operating system files).

2. Create a simple text file using notepad and save it into the produkey folder with only the following text:

ProduKey.exe /nosavereg

... then rename it "RUNME.bat" (no quotes) ... double click this file whenever you use the program.

Joseph 2008-02-11 10:12

@webfork- you don't have to do step 1, and for step2 you might want to put this in the bat file instead so the cmd window doesn't remain open in windows xp.

@start produkey /nosavereg

scrounger 2008-02-26 07:06

I cannot save the exe to my usb stick. I can save the .txt and the .chm but not the .exe. All of these files can be extracted to my hard drive though. When I try to copy the .exe file for ProductKey to my usb stick it appears to copy but then nothing is there. Any suggestions?

Wormsign 2008-03-13 10:49

When ran by double clicking on the .exe it works as it should, but when ran from bat file with the commands:
@start produkey /nosavereg, it runs but no keys show up. This happens when ran from HD or USB drive.

N┬ÁLL 2008-03-13 23:47

lol @ screenshot. are those valid?

r0oL 2008-05-05 02:56

Nico tool but SIW (the ever hand systemtool) discovered more licenses.

Jackling 2009-01-27 22:43

BEWARE **** Most Nirsoft utilities are spyware even though the author claims it isn't. Check them with

carbonize 2010-01-13 06:54

Should say beware, Jackling is an idiot. A lot of Nirsoft's program use hooks to retrieve information from Windows and although these hooks are officially documented by Microsoft a lot of anti virus programs still report this behaviour as malicious.

Voidwhereprohibited 2010-04-02 04:12

Antivirus programs have a tendency to quarantine or delete Produkey, HeapMemView, and a few of Nir's password recovery tools as well. 90% of Nirsoft utils will pass inspection just fine. Nirsoft is NOT malware by design, and so long as you keep your firewall, user accounts and security updates reasonably current, you'll do just fine. I suppose, in the wrong hands, some of the tools might be mildly threatening to low-security systems. Chances are, though, if a skilled cracker set out to compromise your system, they'd likely use something stronger than Nir's utilities to do it.

Faust 2010-06-07 15:00

What carbonize and Void said.

Nirsoft's utils are not malware and will not damage your system. However, because they usually poke around in your system looking for info, they use methods that malware often uses, and which causes antivirus programs to identify them as malware.

MIKLO 2014-04-29 20:30

WOW no comments for a long time but be advised that ProduKey as well as all Nirsoft's programs are safe and are not malware,spyware,viruses or any other bad stuff for your computer. Nirsoft is now and has always been a very good reputable place to get software and many kinds of Apps that help us to use and program out computers how we want without the end user having the abilty to write the code necessary to accomplish this. So thanks so much NIRSOFT for all the great APPS I have used for so many years that have helped me run my computers. PROFFS


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