pg 1.20

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by donsan709, Jan 23, 2004.

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  1. donsan709

    donsan709 Registered Member

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    Hi Wayne and Gavin just a quick question. I uninstalled 1.15 and installed 1.20 but the funny thing about it 1.20 didn't ask for my license key to be installed all seems to be working fine rebooted with no problem. would i be correct in thinking that i do not have to add the key back in.
     
  2. Eliot

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    Your exactly right. No key needed as it was already in the folder for you. ;)
     
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    donsan709 Registered Member

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    :rolleyes:hey thanks for the reply that makes me feel better.
     
  4. Caliban

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    I did the same thing today, but I peeked in the folder before installing the new version, our license keys remain in the default install folder after the recommended uninstall procedure. The new PG 1.20 goes in that folder with the key, the only time we will have to use it again is selcting another folder or after reformatting. ;)
     
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    Glad to help out. :)
     
  6. Wayne - DiamondCS

    Wayne - DiamondCS Security Expert

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    Yes, when you uninstall Process Guard it doesn't delete the keyfile. This way, you can re-install later or install a new version, and your keyfile will still be there waiting for you so you can get up-and-running with the licensed version straight away.

    To confirm your keyfile is there simply look for a procguard.pkf file in your Process Guard directory.

    Best regards,
    Wayne
     
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