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Licensing issue

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  1. Bryan Maiden
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    28 Aug 2006
    07 Nov 2006
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    Hi,
    I purchased a single domain license, and then upgraded to a developer license, however I had already started a new project.

    I followed the upgrade instructions, however this new site is now requesting a license for anything other than localhost.

    How can I get around this
  2. Vassil Petev
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    Hi Bryan,

    The copyright message means that you are still using the trial version. Developer licenses come with modified DLLs, which work without license keys. If you have a Developer license for one or more of the telerik components, you only need to ensure that you are using the developer build when downloading the control(s). These builds have the Dev abbreviation in their file names.

    Log in to your account and download the developer build and follow the same instructions to update your project. If you still get the older version then do the following (not related to telerik controls):
    1. Sometimes the .NET Framework wrongly caches the r.a.d.controls' DLLs and therefore the update may seem to have failed. Try the following to ensure that this has been the exact problem and eliminate it:
      1. Terminate the aspnet_wp.exe process (from the Windows Task Manager) 
      2. Open a Windows Explorer and navigate to
        C:\Windows(WINNT)\Microsoft.NET\Framework\vYOUR_VERSION\Temporary ASP.NET Files 
      3. Delete all the folders with names, corresponding to your telerik projects, containing Sitefinity, RadEditor, RadTreeView, etc.
    • Delete your Visual Studio web project caches as well - they should be located at C:\Documents and Settings\<YOUR USER>\VSWebCache.
    • Delete your browser cache: Tools -> Internet Options -> Delete Files....

  3. Greetings,
    Rob
    the telerik team
  • Bryan Maiden
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    I think the problem is with the dlls used in the site, as the site was copied back in after the upgrade, where should I copy them back from?
  • Vassil Petev
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    You can copy them from the Sitefinity Dev installation folder, Bryan. They are located at
    C:\Program Files\telerik\Sitefinity.


    Best wishes,
    Rob
    the telerik team
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