Hey guys,

I have read in several posts here that there are HASP merge modules available for installing the drivers, does anyone have a source for these? I have searched EVERYWHERE but cant find any mention of them except int forum posts with out of date links...

Thanks for the help!
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Hi Houston,
about 30 sec of googleing... :-)
Regards, Nick
Answered 06/12/2007 by: nheim
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Thanks Nick, I actually had found them (the last thing I did before leaving work) but didn't have time to edit the post.

I'm still having problems though. I have done quite a few dongles now, and usually if the driver is installed under the system or admin context a non-privileged user can just plug the device in without being prompted for an admin password (on our system users are not allowed to install devices, but a admin is not always available to do it). No matter how I install these HASP drivers, however, whenever a non privileged user plugs the device in for the first time it asks for admin rights to install it, I have used a capture, I have used a custom action to use the command line installer, I have used the vendor MSI and tried the merge module and none of them seem to do this... is it just impossible to do what I was looking for, because i'm about to just give it up for a lost cause!

Anyone have any experience in the same situation?


and thanks again Nick...
Answered 06/12/2007 by: houston
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