registered copy still thinks it's eval



hal korstead
07-09-2005, 09:26 PM
I think this may have been answered before but I couldn't google up the
answer. I've been using an sp2/eval copy of the tools for a while but today
I deinstalled everything and installed my brand new registered copy. However
builds are still coming up with the 90-180 day warning that is shown by the
eval tools. Was something left in the registry that I need to dig out?
--Hal

Slobodan Brcin \(eMVP\)
07-09-2005, 09:26 PM
hal,

You need to deinstall database and tools. Then you need to install them again.

Also you will need to use PID number from one of your COA stickers in TD for each of your projects.

Regards,
Slobodan




"hal korstead" <halkorstead@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:264FF07C-8C2C-4D0B-BF86-0D966B88E2F4@microsoft.com...
> I think this may have been answered before but I couldn't google up the
> answer. I've been using an sp2/eval copy of the tools for a while but today
> I deinstalled everything and installed my brand new registered copy. However
> builds are still coming up with the 90-180 day warning that is shown by the
> eval tools. Was something left in the registry that I need to dig out?
> --Hal


registered copy still thinks it's eval