Visual COBOL 2.1 PE (Limited License) Install with Visual Studio 2012

I'm trying to install Visual Cobol using the "visualcobolvisualstudio21pe.exe" Visual Cobol Installer, in Windows 7, with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 installed.

The installer does NOT recognize Visual Studio 2012 and wants to instal VS 2010 elements.

Is there any way to circumvent this, so that the installer and the VC 2.1 package recognizes VS 2012?

Thanks!

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  • Actually, we have made some changes in our latest version which is Visual COBOL 2.1 Update 1, so if you install the standard product delivery, without a license, it will default to being a Visual COBOL Personal Edition.

    This means that you should be able to download the Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2012 Trial version from here. 

    When you sign up for the evaluation it will send you an e-mail with a choice of two links on it, one for Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2010 and one for Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2012.

    If you download and install the Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2012 version and then do NOT install the evaluation serial number that you will also be e-mailed then it should automatically default to the PE version.

    According to Product Management we should actually have a Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2012 PE available on the Personal Edition download site by the end of May.

    Thanks.

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  • Actually, we have made some changes in our latest version which is Visual COBOL 2.1 Update 1, so if you install the standard product delivery, without a license, it will default to being a Visual COBOL Personal Edition.

    This means that you should be able to download the Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2012 Trial version from here. 

    When you sign up for the evaluation it will send you an e-mail with a choice of two links on it, one for Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2010 and one for Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2012.

    If you download and install the Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2012 version and then do NOT install the evaluation serial number that you will also be e-mailed then it should automatically default to the PE version.

    According to Product Management we should actually have a Visual COBOL for Visual Studio 2012 PE available on the Personal Edition download site by the end of May.

    Thanks.

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