Contents 

Introduction
Welcome
System Requirements
Graphical User Interface
Overview
Main Panel
Menu/Bar Items
GUI Elements
Assembly List
Assembly Properties
License File Name
License Generator
License Information
Lock Settings
Master Key
Protection Settings
Licensing System
Understanding The License System
Hardware ID
Hardware Lock
License File
Locks
Master Key
SDK
General Information
IntelliLock.Licensing.dll
IntelliLock.LicenseManager.dll
IntelliLockDB.dll & System.Data.SQLite.DLL
Definitions
Mapping File
Merge Assembly
Obfuscation
Pack Assembly
Tools
License Check
Hardware ID Check
Stack Trace Deobfuscator
License Reactivator
Testing
Library - Test Environment
Examples
Lock An Assembly
Unlock An Locked Assembly
Floating Licensing
Global
Intranet
Server Validation
License Server Validation
Ordering
Register Online
License Agreement
Why register?
Support and Contact
Technical Support
Contact
Command Line Parameters
Visual Studio Add-In

IntelliLock Online Help

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Locks  

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 Expiration Days, Expiration Date, Global Time and Executions limits an IntelliLock locked assembly. When license locks expire, your customer must acquire a further license to further use your product.

By combining trial locks with license locks (license files which are restricted itself) 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.