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dll question

Anyone know what the file skca32.dll is used for? I can't seem to find
much info online about it.

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Stevo
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Re: dll question

Stevo wrote:
> Anyone know what the file skca32.dll is used for? I can't seem to
> find much info online about it.


It's part of SoftwareKey's Protection PLUS licensing / copy protection
system. A bit of a spelunk in their website finds:

<http://www.softwarekey.com/help/plusman/SWKeyCL/SWKeyCL_Filename_Descri
ptions.htm>:
: SKCA32.DLL: 32-Bit Automation Client DLL.

<http://www.softwarekey.com/help/plusman/Overview/Overview_SoftwareKey_L
icensing_System_Overview.htm>:
: Automation Client – Works in conjunction with PLUS to automate many
of
: the software licensing tasks performed by a software publisher. It
: enables your application to directly communicate with your web server
: to exchange licensing information without the use of an Internet
: browser. It allows automated software feature purchase and
activation,
: remote license updating and disabling, pay-per-use counter tracking,
: and much more. This client is included in the Internet Edition of
PLUS
: and requires a SOLO Server or special programming on a properly
: equipped web server.

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Ben A L Jemmett.
http://flatpack.microwavepizza.co.uk/
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