A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed water

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A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed water

Post by Bradnams » Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:09 am

Hi Guys,

We have an unusual problem where a few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed water marks. One site is particularly prone to this with a few computers displaying these water marks. It doesn't do it all the time but more often than not on some machines to only occasionally on others.

We didn't seem to have this problem in Clarion 6.3. We are now using Clarion 7.3.

Do you have any idea what can cause this?

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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Tracker Supp-Stefan » Tue Nov 15, 2011 12:56 pm

Hello Bradnams,

Is there anything particular that distinguishes the problematic machines from the not-so-problematic ones?
E.g. these machines having had an older version of your application installed? Or that there is a regular registry cleanup performed by some administrator? Or maybe frequent system restores have happened on those machines?

Can you advise if they all use the same OS ?

Also - from approx build 195/196 you are required to replace your license codes in your app and recompile and distribute - these are provided on the receipt of your distribution statement which can be found in the SDK help folder or feel free to email us and we will supply - this also means that if your client uses our free viewer - despite the fact that you may have a build prior to 195/196 in your dev enviroment and be distributing that - if your user has updated the free version this will overwrite the ActiveX on which your app depends and thus the requirement to amend your license keys. In version 3 this dual depenancy will be removed and you can install differing 3rd party apps using different versions of our Ax - but in the current release this is not possible.

are all machines - affected and not - using the same set of features - or are there specific features that cause the "DEMO" stamps to appear that are more frequently used on the machines with problems?

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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Bradnams » Fri Dec 09, 2011 4:34 am

Hi Stefan,

All of these machines are with different customers. I'm getting a list of operating systems compiled. We've got our system at about 60 locations varying in size from 1 to 10 computers using our system. The fact is that only about 10 of those computers have an issue.

In the past we have tried to uninstall the printer driver, but on the computers that have issues this didn't help at all.

The problem seemed to coincide with when we moved to Clarion7 from Clarion6. Still using legacy templates.

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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Tracker - Clarion Support » Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:52 pm

Hi!

This is an odd one! Ther problem seems to be with the licensing getting lost somehow.

Some things to check at your end would be

1. Are you using the latest version of our software? We had a new build up around November 28.

2. Did you obatain a new license key for the ActiveX (this requires a distribution statement)?

http://www.tracker-software.com/knowled ... eclaration

3. By any chance did any of the end-users download and install the an unlicensed ("free") End-User version of the Viewer?

Thanks!
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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Bradnams » Sun Dec 11, 2011 11:03 pm

Hi Stefan,

We are only using the printer driver, not the viewer.

I will download the latest version and send a compile to the customer for testing.

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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Tracker - Clarion Support » Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:06 pm

Hi!

The reason for the answer being based on our Viewer SDK product is that this topic is posted in the forum for that product ...

Which product and version of our software are you using? This might help.

I need more information to try and settle your problem. Could you please take some screen snaps of the our procedure extension settings in one of the Procedures that is failing, and also the corresponding generated CLW file, zip them up and send them to my ermail.

Once I see what you have I'll move this thread to the proper forum.
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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Tracker - Clarion Support » Mon Jan 30, 2012 3:25 pm

Hi Bertus!

I received your ZIP containing the procedure CLW file and the screen snaps. I have examined them but nothing seerms to be wrong with them.

By any chance, do the PC’s showing the watermarks have an unlicensed copy of PDF-XChange Printer Driver End-User edition installed?

Also, are the problem PC's running Windows Server, instead of a Windows client?
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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Bradnams » Wed Feb 01, 2012 5:11 am

Hi Craig,

As I said it's working on 97% of our client's computers over multiple sites, different operating environments.

We've removed all previous versions of the PDF-XChange Printer Driver rebooted, reinstalled a number of times.

Most of the machines would be Windows client computers.

If you want I can set up a GoTo meeting so you can poke around on one of these computers.

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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Tracker - Clarion Support » Wed Feb 01, 2012 1:34 pm

Hi Bertus!

As I pointed out, only running in unlicensed mode will produce demo watermarks on the output PDF pages.

Try uninstalling the PDF-XChange Driver from one of the problem machines and then use the tool found here:

http://www.tracker-software.com/forum3/ ... =38&t=8700

That should help identify if you have a version of something running that's causing problems.
Also, are the problem PC's running Windows Server, instead of a Windows client?
Could you please check on this? We have had problems with running on Windows Server PC's.
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Re: A few computers regularly come up with the unlicensed wa

Post by Bradnams » Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:22 am

This client is running Windows XP.

OS VersionInfo:
dwMajorVersion: 5
dwMinorVersion: 1
dwBuildNumber: 2600
dwPlatformId: 2
Service Pack 3
Enviroment: PATH
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C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 8.0\Resource\CMap
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C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11
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C:\System Volume Information
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C:\TempEI4
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C:\WINDOWS\$hf_mig$\KB2286198\SP3QFE
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crypt32.dll 599 552 bytes 2011.09.09 09:11:14.000 5.131.2600.6154 (xpsp_sp3_gdr.110927-1620)
C:\WINDOWS\$hf_mig$\KB2641690\SP3QFE
crypt32.dll 599 552 bytes 2011.09.28 07:05:47.000 5.131.2600.6154 (xpsp_sp3_gdr.110927-1620)
C:\WINDOWS\$hf_mig$\KB867282\SP2QFE
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C:\WINDOWS\$NtUninstallKB959426_0$
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C:\WINDOWS\system32
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shell32.dll 8 462 336 bytes 2004.07.21 22:10:46.250 6.00.2900.6072 (xpsp_sp3_gdr.110121-1719)
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C:\WINDOWS\system32\dllcache
crypt32.dll 599 040 bytes 2011.09.09 09:12:13.000 5.131.2600.6154 (xpsp_sp3_gdr.110927-1620)
kernel32.dll 989 696 bytes 2009.03.21 14:06:58.000 5.1.2600.5781 (xpsp_sp3_gdr.090321-1317)
shell32.dll 8 462 336 bytes 2008.06.17 19:02:19.000 6.00.2900.6072 (xpsp_sp3_gdr.110121-1719)
shlwapi.dll 474 112 bytes 2009.12.08 09:23:28.000 6.00.2900.5912 (xpsp_sp3_gdr.091207-1454)
Found:
0 aximages.dll
0 axinterop.aximageslib.dll
10 crypt32.dll
5 cryptui.dll
0 drvui3l.dll
0 dscrt30.dll
0 drvui30.dll
0 drvui3a.dll
0 fm30xmf.dll
0 fm30base.dll
0 fm30tiff.dll
0 interop.aximageslib.dll
0 ixclib30.dll
14 kernel32.dll
0 mfdrv.dll
0 mfdlib.dll
0 mfdpp.dll
0 netlib30.dll
0 pxc25pm.dll
0 pxc25pmx.dll
0 pxc30a.dll
0 pxc30a.drv
0 pxc30com.dll
0 pxc30f.dll
0 pxc30f.drv
0 pxc30l.dll
0 pxc30l.drv
0 pxc30ua.dll
0 pxc30uf.dll
0 pxc30uia.dll
0 pxc30uif.dll
0 pxc30uil.dll
0 pxc30ul.dll
0 pxclib30.dll
0 pxcofficeaddin.dll
0 pxcofficeaddin_abbyy.dll
0 prndm.dll
0 pdfstr35.dll
0 pdfxctrl.dll
33 shlwapi.dll
30 shell32.dll
0 tiffdrv.dll
0 tiffdrvui.dll
0 tiffpm.dll
0 tiffdrv.drv
0 tiffdrvu.dll
6 unicows.dll
0 xcpro35.dll
0 xcscan30.dll
0 xctiff.dll
0 xcpro30.dll
0 xccdx30.dll
0 xcloc30.dll
0 xcp2t30.dll
0 xcpars30.dll
98 Total.


Regards,
Bertus

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