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Topic: Licensing problem on test machine
From: Mississauga, ON Canada
Member Since: 07/21/05
|posted May 30, 2007 11:47 AM
Hi, our licensed PowerTCP Telnet tool is installed on our main development box which is a XP machine. We are currently trying to port our application to support Vista. The trail version (PowerTCP Telnet ActiveX tool) was installed on the Vista development box. After recompiling on the Vista (trial) box including all the other porting activities, the new version was sent to QA or specifically given to be tested on a Vista machine. When this version is run it came with the following error:
Error 429 (You do not have an appropriate license to use this functionality)
...which is understandable as it was compiled with a trail version.
Now the question is: Is there a way for us to compile with the trial version and then run on a test machine without forcing us to transfer the license to the (thus current) test Vista development box?
From: Rome, NY, USA
Member Since: 02/01/06
|posted May 31, 2007 2:27 PM
You can compile using a trial license and deploy the application. The target machines would give a trial message box and after the trial expiry, the application would cease to instantiate the Dart controls.
I do not see any obvious reasons for your target machines to give the error. Do you get this exception on all vista machines or on other OS as well?
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