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    Hi, We need to roll out 90 installs of VB express.. And after 30 days will need registering...

    BUT I have been old hey need individual email addresses for registraion..!

    Is this the case and it there a work around.

    Thanks
    Si

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    No, you can use a single license key for all of your installations. If you rolling out VB Express 2012, install it with the following command line:

    "%~dp0wdexpress_full.exe" /ProductKey {ProductKeyGoesHere} /Full /Q /NoRestart"

    If it's 2010, open the setup.sdb file in your favourite text editor, find the [Product Key] section and put your key with dashes in there. Then you can run setup.exe /q /norestart and it will automatically register it for you.

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    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply.

    The one they are using is 'Ms visual basic 2008'

    Thanks
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    Then if I remember correctly, the procedure for VB2008 is the same as it was for 2010.

    But if you're using the Express edition, there's no reason why you couldn't download and install the later version instead?

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