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dave1973

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Is there anyone that could help me with a simple task?

I am building a project with visual basic and don't know how to put an activation code in my project. I want the user to be able to activate my project during their install. Kinda like how microsoft makes you place a 16 digit activation code in their software.

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advanced

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You can take a look this: http://codeproject.c...activation.aspx
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Thank you for the reply. I might be missing it, but it seemed like that article was for a server side/network app. I couldn't understand how to all a product key to my application.

Any other suggetions?
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Is there a way to have a startup page that I could ask for a product key code (tied into a database) that only starts up the first time the user installs my program?

Do start up pages have to start up each time or is there a way I could have the start up page just once?


Thank you in advanced
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