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How to write a "licensing component" for my windows Application with C#?

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I'd like to write a "licensing component" for my windows application which I'm developing in visual studio 2005 and C#. It should be able to activate the trialware to a licensed one.
It should use CPU-ID or any other thing about the hardware of the user's computer.
The user should announce the serial number made with my component to me and I'll give a license key to him/her.
I need a sample or the "know how" about it.
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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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have a look at http://www.emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2007/12/Licensing-a-VBNet-application.aspx and download the demo code which contains both VB and C# code.
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You can always use a commercialy used product called OCH Licensing

http://www.och-studios.co.uk/

Full Source Code Version Available.

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