The Windows Vista 2099 Crack has evolved yet again, providing an answer to why Microsoft has as yet failed to issue WGA update for the workaround that it has acknowledged since the first days
of January 2007. The next step of the Vista 2099 Activation Crack is TimerLock Automated Batch Install Script.
According to the crack's description, TimerLock Automated Batch Install Script contains the upgraded version 2a of TimerStop.sys and TimerStop64.sys. The command script is designed to install the TimerStop driver with a random name.
Following this action, the TimerLock Automated Batch Install Script will then apply the 2099 crack automatically to both Windows Vista x86 and x64. Although the initial 2099 Vista activation workaround implied a 23-step process, the crack has become since then - over a month ago - fully automated, to the point where it requires the user to perform only the most basic actions.
The 2099 crack bypasses Windows Vista's unasigned driver restriction. Additionally, the script was built to automatically disable driver enforcement on 64-bit editions of the operating system.
Versions 4 and 5 of TimerLock are currently in circulation. And the last version also resolves an issue related to the maximum number of rearms of Windows Vista. While originally, the 2099 crack could be applied only to the operating systems that were rearmed a number of maximum two times, now TimerLock has also passed this last barrier.
The true question here is how will Microsoft detect copies of Windows Vista activated via the 2099 crack, if the TimerStop driver is installed with a random name, the crack reinstates the operating system's date and the user is not required to enter a product key?