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I am making a telnet application in Visual Basic.

I have downloaded mswinsck.ocx file from internet and registered it using "regsvr32 mswinsck.ocx" command in DOS.Whenever I try to create the object of it on the form it gives an error message "The control could not be created because it is not properly licensed".

How do I use the control? Is there any way I can solve this problem? Is there any other control which I can use instead of this windows socket control.

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Hate to give ya the bad news.. but you have to upgrade from the Learning Edition to the Professional version of VB to get Winsock functionality.. <sigh>.

Please don't shoot the messenger.. <wink>.
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