I have a need to provide run-time license information for MSComm32.ocx component in my VB
.NET application. It appears that the MSComm32 component correctly run on the customer computer when I've first installed VB6 Developper Edition. When I install Visual Studio 6.0, a design-time license is installed with the control MSComm32. For a non-developer computer, a run-time license is required.
I want to figure out how to store the appropriate runtime license information in my MScomm component , which is dynamically create in my VB .NET application, so that I do not need to install VB6 Developper Edition on the customer computer.
Anyone have an idea (an example would be perfect) on doing this?
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