I have created a DLL written in VB6 that I use in my applications, this works as a license control component. This works perfect for my applications.
How it works:
This DLL creates a file in e.g Windows folder where it put some user info etc.
This works great if the user have full access to the system (if he's an administrator, or have the correct write/read rights), but if the user not are allowed to write/read to the e.g windows folder (because of the User Account settings) this operation will naturally fail, returning an error code.
What I need is a solution to fix this problem.
If you write me some code, it should be written in VB6, and it should only be the read/write file function.
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