I get a alot of private emails asking for my help or tips and while I'm more than happy to help or advise, I will not give out any serial numbers for ANY apps. No matter the reason or excuse that you may use.

Please dont email me and ask for them as the reply will be a long time in coming.
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Some of the discussions here walk a fine line between "automated installation" and "hacking". For example: bypassing nag-ware, license agreements, etc. I have deleted multiple posts that inadvertently included serial number information. Most of the time requests for such information are innocent- but one exception that cannot be made is the distribution of serial numbers.

Jim, thank you for starting this thread and all your help in assisting so many other members.

To anyone looking for serial numbers- look somewhere else!
Answered 07/04/2004 by: bkelly
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You guys know where I stand on this. In the position that many Systems Administrators are in, it makes access to software and various serial number quite easy. It is part of our job to guard such things and treat them as confidential company information, if we do not do that, we are subject not only to losing our jobs but also open up the chance of criminal charges against ourselves and the companies we work for. I am a firm believer that the software and license agreements we use should be kept under lock and key.

Now there are some things that we need to clarify, and the question has been posted before but with no response. What type of files should we be sharing, and is there going to be room to do so on Appdeply.com? Alot of us would like to be able to trade things like transform files and such. can we do this on Appdeploy.com? do we need to set a policy on what can and cannot be contained in these files?
Answered 07/05/2004 by: cdupuis
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If people want to offer transforms or answer files- and to use AppDeploy as a means of letting it be known- I have no problem with that. However, with legal consequences in mind, that is between the requestor and the individual offering the file. AppDeploy will provide a place to share information, but not files. Aside from licensing information, anything can be done in a transform file and so the liability is simply too great.
Answered 07/05/2004 by: bkelly
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Thanks Bob.
Answered 07/05/2004 by: cdupuis
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