Once installed, you can install updates for life, and never worry about WGA. For someone who had their legit Windows XP get banned, this is a great solution. It's unlikely that Microsoft would leave it as optional until something happened. Reply Tim Brookes October 21, 2010 at 8:36 am The only tool I currently know of is one called RemoveWAT, which overrides Windows Activation Technologies (the new name for WGA).
But, since there is no Security tab, this can’t be done so easily. Go through each listed user/group and remove the “Read & Execute” permission for WgaLogon.dll, leaving the “Read” permission as-is. Note: Again, you may be prompted again to install WGA Notification, so it must be bypassed. To apply the patch by replacing the files manually, try to end the respective processes in the Task Manager before deleting the existing files.
Method 4 Command Delete 1 Try system restore first. I used the 'regedit' method but just deleting the 'notify' folder didn't work out: once I rebooted and deleted the Wga*.* files in Windows\System32, I checked with regedit and found the