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# 18740 22-Jan-2008 11:15
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Hi... am having issues trying to apply a licence key to some software that i was trialliing and have now purchased...

Any ideas?? wouldnt have a clue what im doing and the support network for the software is useless!!!

Where do i put the licence? do i have to download and reinstall the software or can i apply it to the current trial version?

PLEASE HELP!!!

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  # 106086 22-Jan-2008 11:28
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And what is the software that you are using?



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  # 106088 22-Jan-2008 11:32
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Its a program called Prof.Shutdown... is a power management software for our national network of around 60 computers... have to apply the licence to all of them...


 
 
 
 


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  # 106094 22-Jan-2008 11:57
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And it doesn't have the usual HELP > REGISTER > ENTER LICENCE KEY option?









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  # 106100 22-Jan-2008 12:41
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HAVE SORTED IT.... the url they had sent me to get the upgraded software from was linked to an older version that couldnt be licenced... morons!!!

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