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Posted on 2006-11-24
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I bought ASPImage a couple of years ago for a project and I've just registered it on my new server, but I'll be darned if I can figure out where to enter the registration code or key (installation is just regsvr32).  Does anyone know?  The support site says "consult the product documentation", but I can't find any mention of it.  Thanks!
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by:kevp75
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not too sure how much help we may be able to be.  I went through all of their products documentation and none of them show how to put in your license.

You're probably going to have to go through their support system
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by:esw074
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My hope is that as this is an extremely common component, someone may know offhand.  I've had a ticket in to support for 5 days with no response as yet, and I'm trying to get an application moved over this weekend that requires it.  Thought I'd ask the group.
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coreybryant earned 500 total points
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They send another file - like userreg.exe to register the component.

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  This utility is designed to allow you to unlock each of the components
  you purchase from ServerObjects Inc. without the need for installing
  additional software.

  To use this program run the userreg.exe program. You will be prompted
  to select the correct product and then enter the Registration Name, Key
  and Code. The Registration Key and Code are sent via email once your
  registration has been verified.
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-Corey
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by:esw074
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Thanks, I knew I must be missing something - I searched my old backups and found the file.  Much appreciated!
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by:coreybryant
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Glad to have helped - I save everything (un)fortunately and I actually just had to do this.

-Corey
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