I got a Delphi 6 application which has an existing registration "Organization Name" system which i want to ASProtect 1.35. ASProtect provides an SDK and Delphi examples. I need to implement the following for my application. 1. Show the registrant name on various parts of the application console - drawn from ASProtect API. The existing registration system already displays the registrant name, so you need to swap code. Note: ASProtect key is simply a .reg file. But you need to use ASProtect API to decode the registrant name and display on the software. 2. ASProtect comes with a trial system - you need to use ASProtect API to retrieve the number of days of evaluation left and display on the application. The existing registration system already displays the number of days, so you need to swap code. 3. Show license type on application console - the current registration system actually encodes the license type within the registration key. For ASProtect, we'll simply add the license type to the registrant name and then use the API to retrieve the whole string and derive the license type from there. 4. Replace the existing registrant registration interface (the one that allows user to input name and key) with ASProtect. You can simply comment the existing registration system, and then provide an open file button that runs the ASProtect .reg key. I've attached screenshots of what to change, and a copy of ASProtect help guide and SDK for your assessment. You can download a copy of the delphi software from [url removed, login to view] (for the purpose of this project, only the Enterprise Manager executable needs to be amended).
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