Not out of the box, no.
We'll report it as "a Windows 7" box, but not that it's not activated.
That's probably something you would want to script & then pull back via custom data.
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As phoffmann said.
You can use this Use PowerShell to Detect Activation Status – Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog and write "some value" into the registry, then use that on your query.
(Note you can create a task to push the script/powershell and run an inventory scan)
... or instead of custom data, write up a custom vulnerability to execute the script & report back "I'm Vulnerable - because I'm not activated" for instance.
Custom definitions have a LOT power like this .
And are completely customisable.
Get started here -- How To: Create a Custom Vulnerability Definition in Patch and Compliance Manager -- .