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Has anyone done this package work?

I've set it up to my needs - but only one more left which is the user registeration right after setup is done.

It pops up when setup is done with installing the files. I can't find a way to disable it.

Is there any other way of doing this?

Thanks,
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If want to avoid having to register the product we wont help cos we aint a hacker board :)

If its a vendor MSI then there will, more than likly, be a property for the serial key, like SERIALNUMBER or some such property.

I would recommend looking at the package section of this site:

http://www.appdeploy.com/packages/browse.asp?cat=alpha&str=c

You will generally find that propertys are the same across a manufacturers brands so look at the other Corel products, you would hope at least.

If its a snapshot then register it as part of your snap and hope they aint got anything specific in the registration like machine generated values based on system hardware and time etc.

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Answered 05/02/2008 by: Inabus
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It's not a software register, but a user registeration, i.e. "for future product updates" - that's what pops up at the end of setup, even during silent install.

I don't like the way you assuming what I was doing were illegal. :/
Answered 05/02/2008 by: tsutton
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Capture the registration using a lightweight snapshotter e.g. Ziff-Davis's In Control. It can only be writing to a file or registry entry. Once you have the detail, you can add it to your project.

As Paul suggests, some of these apps hash the computername in order to derive a registration key. In those cases, you'll need to refer to the vendor for details on how it's done.
Answered 05/02/2008 by: VBScab
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I wasnt suggesting you where doing anything illegal however if you were clear in what you where saying I wouldnt of confused what aspect of the installation you where attempting to surpress :)

User registration is generally using license keys to register the product, which is what I assumed you where talking about ;)

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Answered 05/02/2008 by: Inabus
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