Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Microsoft Windows 8 and Server 2012 SHA-1/MD5 Results and HASH Utility

We have fresh downloads of the RTM bits from the Microsoft Volume Licensing Center using the default Download Manager.

For some reason the Web site does not have any notes as far as checksum is concerned.

  • Windows Server 2012 Standard/Datacenter
    • SHA-1: 063BC26ED45C50D3745CCAD52DD7B3F3CE13F36D
    • MD5: FF95A8C5207C880B099B7F34DBA941B6
  • Windows 8 Enterprise x64
    • SHA-1: 4EADFE83E736621234C63E8465986F0AF6AA3C82
    • MD5: 27AA354B8088527FFCD32007B51B25BF
  • Windows 8 RTM x64
    • SHA-1: 1CE53AD5F60419CF04A715CF3233F247E48BEEC4
    • MD5: 0E8F2199FAE18FE510C23426E68F675A

Note that we used the following:

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Please use the Direct Download Link tucked under the big green button:

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Also, when installing the utility make sure to uncheck the third party software (in this case Snap.do) tucked into the Terms And Conditions.

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As always, YMMV. :)

Philip Elder
MPECS Inc.
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book

*Our original iMac was stolen (previous blog post). We now have a new MacBook Pro courtesy of Vlad Mazek, owner of OWN.

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3 comments:

bttr said...

That's why I always try to download from the original site. In this case: http://www.keylack.com/downloads/freemd5sha1verifier.exe

Similar FOSS command-line tool: http://md5deep.sourceforge.net/

Philip Elder SBS MVP said...

Thanks :)

Philip

Anonymous said...

That's not the md5 that I got for server 2012... i got 8503997171f731d9bd1cb0b0edc31f3d