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Microsoft Project Professional 2016

90160000-003b-0000-0000-0000000ff1ce Microsoft Project Professional 2016
Variantreserved for NCS compatibility
Not an RFC4122 UUID actuallyThe version bits aren't corretly set.
Alternative encoding00001690-3b00-0000-0000-0000000ff1ce
Alternative encoding00001690-0000-3b00-0000-0000cef10f00
(would-be) MAC Address0000000ff1ce
(would-be) is_local bitFalse
(would-be) is_multicast bitFalse
(would-be) MAC Manufacturer00:00:00
(would-be) MAC Date2000-09-08, deepmac.org, 000000/24
Has the Microsoft Office suffix (000000FF1CE)True
Release version9
Release version infoRTM. This is the first version that is shipped (the initial release).
Release type0
Release type infoVolume license
Major version22
Minor version0
Product ID59
Product ID infoMicrosoft Project Professional
Language identifier0
Language identifier infoNone
x86/x64 (is_64bit)False
Office Family ID1044942
Links :
UUID registration form :

Special secret field:
(that field is not saved in database, instantly dropped,
it's just between you, the totalitarian surveillance programs, and me.
Definitely a turing test.)