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Passing product key to Inno Setup installer

Passing product key to Inno Setup installer

Postby dor@cligal.com » September 24th, 2019, 2:48 pm

Hi, I am trying to deploy my software (C#, WPF, inno setup) using command line. I failed to pass the product key as an argument to the setup file (created with turboactivate according to your guide). I have tried many explanations on similar issues but nothing seems to work :( sure I'm missing something...

Please HELP!!
I have to finish that in order to deploy the software in a big organization..
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Re: Passing product key to Inno Setup installer

Postby Wyatt » September 24th, 2019, 3:18 pm

Failed how?

https://wyday.com/limelm/help/faq/#useful-reports
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Re: Passing product key to Inno Setup installer

Postby dor@cligal.com » September 25th, 2019, 12:15 am

when I try to install the setup file generated with INNO setup using CLI I get an erro saying that "You must enter a valid product key. Error code: 1". This means that I (i.e. - the user) can't seem to properly pass the serial as an argument to the installation file.

I've add this under the [setup] section in the INNO setup:
DefaultUserInfoSerial={param:pkey|Default}

and tried to pass that value in the CLI
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Re: Passing product key to Inno Setup installer

Postby Wyatt » September 25th, 2019, 6:30 am

Version numbers, code, return values for the code, parameters passed into the functions, etc., etc., etc.

So, like I said: https://wyday.com/limelm/help/faq/#useful-reports

The innoSetup example we have works out of the box. You need to change the GUID, of course, and include the latest TurboActivate.dll and your TurboActivate.dat. But it just works. Have you tried that?
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