perhaps Daniel misunderstood your needs. Indeed you can push a key after installation. When you install any of our products they also install XCVault.exe, a utility to manage serial keys. It can be used to deploy keys unattended.https://help.tracker-software.com/pdfxe ... edpub.html
What you want is /AddKeys
This command installs all license keys from .xcvault files.
xcvault.exe [/AddKeys] [/M|/S|/R] <xcvault_file>
/M – specifies that new keys are added in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE registry section and administrative rights are required.
/R – specifies that new keys will be unencrypted when added. Please note that this does not affect existing keys.
/S – specifies that the command is not permitted to show error/information messages.
xcvault.exe /AddKeys "c:\Personal.xcvault"
You need to decide if you want the key in HKLM for all users, or HKCU for the current user.
I am interested in your comment:
Wish you would have incorporated that process into your GP templates to streamline management
I am not sure I understand how you envisage that working. Can you elaborate?
To update keys via a group policy I would push the XCVault command per machine with Admin rights, it will go into HKLM and be available to all users on said system.
I hope that helps.