Your offer sound OK to me Application Lockout on a given date program (program will stop running from that date onwards) Your program will have to issue a command line that will tell the pc not to run the my application [url removed, login to view] file any more. I have a multi media application; it is an EXE file, which I distribute as a demo first on a CD. I want to limit the use of the demo to a given selected date and if the user decides to keep it give him a user number that he will type in and it will release the use of the application for another 12 month. Operating system WIN 95 +. My program exe file is 1.3 MGB only. The data is 450 Mgb. My application is a community service for paraplegic senior citizen This must be a stand alone application with a user interface which will permit entering a date when we are sending the demo and date of expiry which will activate a command not to permit the exe file to run anymore. When we get paid for our application, we will send the user a number that will permit to use the application for another 12 month. I understand that it has to be a two part program as the my application resides and runs from the CD. So I will need a auto run file that when you start the application or insert it in to the PC will see to it that will copy the lockout program to the user PC and auto start the my application. Preferably even create a new directory on the user PC. Where the lockout will be copied too
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