Contents 

Introduction
Welcome
Features
System Requirements
User Interface
Overview
The Main Menu
The Main Panel
The Tasks Panel
GUI Elements
Addtional Files
Additional License Information
License File Settings
License Manager
Main Assembly
Master Key
Licensing System
Understanding The License System
How Locks Work
Hardware Identity Specific Licensing
SDK
General Information
License.dll
LicenseGen.dll
StackTraceDeobfuscator.dll
Definitions
Anti ILDASM
Anti Tampering
Compress & Encrypt Resources
Control Flow Obfuscation
Embed Assemblies
EvaluationLock
HardwareLock
License File
Mapping File
Merge Assemblies
Native EXE File
NecroBit
Obfuscation
Pre-JIT Methods
String Encryption
Tools
Hardware ID Tool Generator
License Examiner Tool
License Invalidation Tool
License Reactivation Tool
Stack Trace Deobfuscator
ShareIt Module Generator
Testing
Library - Test Environment
Examples
Protect An Assembly
Lock An Assembly
Unlock An Locked Assembly
Ordering
Register Online
License Agreement
Why register?
Support and Contact
Technical Support
Contact
Command Line Parameters

.NET Reactor Online Help

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How Locks Work
 

By imposing locks on your software, you can freely distribute your product for trial or evaluation, and rely upon lock expiration to compel purchase of your wares when the evaluation period expires. When software locks expire, your prospective client must purchase a valid license.

You can also set Evaluation Time, Expiration Date, and Number of Uses limits in issued licenses. When license locks expire, your customer must acquire a further license to further use your product.

By combining software and license locks, you can impose any limitations on software use you desire. Most importantly, without writing a line of code to do so, you can show off your wares to your market.

 

   
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