iceman Posted February 12, 2005 Report Share Posted February 12, 2005 I have created installation technique that uses a batch file to complete a silent install on a network drive. At the bottom of the post are two of the four files used. The LICENSENAME and CODE have actually license information in the real configuration file. Please notice that there is no Editor installed, NOEDITOR=Y. If the PC that runs the batch file for the first time does not have Local Administrator rights, the program will not be licensed. Anytime a macro is run, the trial license message appears. The difficult way to get around this is to do a manual Custom Install to the same directory ensuring that Editor is checked to install it, run MacExp, click Help, License Information, enter the Name and Code manually, and delete MacEdit.exe. Are there any other automated ways to license Macro Express (e.g. add some key(s) to the registry)? Thank you for help. macex3.bat macex3.exe /S /M=macex3.txt macex3.txt INSTALLPATH=.\ STARTMENUFOLDR=.\ STARTUP=N LAUNCHNOW=N NOQUICKSTART=Y REBOOT=N LICENSENAME=************** LICENSECODE=************** CONFIGFILEPATH=.\macex3.mcf NOEDITOR=Y NOHELP=Y NOICONS=Y MACROFILEDEST=.\ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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