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Help with creating trial limit

Postby lpwp227 » Fri May 19, 2017 12:12 am

Hi can anyone help me with the trial limit?
i am trying to make a execution time limit software but i tested that if the time expires and i relaunch the application then i get another trial.
For e.g
if i set execution time to 1 and expires, if i relaunch it again i get another trial.
Please help me with this.
Thanks. :D
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Re: Help with creating trial limit

Postby snura » Sun May 21, 2017 7:19 pm

Are you using the demo?.
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Re: Help with creating trial limit

Postby lpwp227 » Sun May 21, 2017 9:57 pm

No im using the full version
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Re: Help with creating trial limit

Postby Enigma » Mon May 22, 2017 11:11 am

Hi, we replied to you by email, just in case there is a copy of the message:

Our Enigma Protector does not have a feature for trial that allows to count number of minutes/seconds of trial as a sum for each execution.
We have trial features that:
- limit the number of each separate execution, this is what you are talking about
- limit by number of executions, and days
- limit by some static expiration date.

We have the feature you are talking about for license keys only.
For example, if you enable the following options:
- Registration Features - Common - Execute only if registered
- Registration Features - Registration Dialog
Then when you run the app it will ask for license key.
Then go to Main menu - Tools - Keys Generator, generate a key and set the limitation of Global Time, eg, 5 minutes. So when you register the application with such key, it will work for 5 minutes only. This is like you require, but this is not a trial limitation, not sure if it is suitable for you.
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