I'm trying to package and deploy Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 preferred. I have the install packaged well and it distributes without issue. My problem is where the user runs it for the first time. It requires the user to activate the product. I would love to automate this to keep the activation away from the user.

The problem with packaging the activation is that the application generates a unique ID Key for each machine and then generates the activation key based off of that from the nuance website. So I can't just place an activation key into the package.

Any ideas?
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Did you think to use AutoIt software?
Using this tool you can get a genereted ID key put it on the website click buttons that you need and eventually place it whrerever you need
Answered 12/07/2009 by: Scazy
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