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This is bharat.
My question : i build the one c# windows application program,and i create a setup file. in that .exe file some one copied, that file automatically expired.

will u please help to me

Thank you
Posted 24-Jan-13 4:23am
PIEBALDconsult 24-Jan-13 10:41am
Are you saying this is happening? (Which I doubt.)
Or that you want it to happen? (Which is stupid.)

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Hi bharat peggem,As you are the developer of that application program I guess you will be knowing the type of installation and keys of that application so I would suggest you to change the product keys by re-engineering the application.
Also you can make that open source so that this type of problem does't occur in future.As every application in .net can re-enginered and can be changed so no use of using the keys to the application.
bharat peggem 2-Feb-13 2:57am
sorry i cont understanding that will u please send me full details of that
Abhishek Pant 2-Feb-13 3:10am
Now I doubt that you are the developer of that application.
Also I doubt the same as PIEBALDconsult said above.
If you are developer you must know the type of installation of that file and file permission. and by the way nothing happens like by copying file.but I believe that your application has been re-engineered and keys are taken from that.So I advice you to re-engineer the application and remove product key and make the application opensource.

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