Re: Blatant Rant
It very likely is in the registry somewhere, but if FS is being smart abouttoggle quoted message Show quoted text
it, it's encripted. So assuming you can figure out the variable that's
housing it, that's about as far as you're getting. Remember it's also used
to retrieve a license code that's 1: at least 100 characters long and 2: is
already I believe also encripted, so that would actually make something
vaguely resembling sense.
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: March 25, 2013 3:07 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Blatant Rant
I got the ID, and it is not in the registry stored as plain text. It
might just be stored as numeric strings represented by the base10
versions of the hex digits. I'm frankly not that interested in this
spelunking expedition, I'm just glad I have the information now.
On Mon, 25 Mar 2013 08:44:19 -0400, you wrote:
Tom, I said the same thing last night to my local JAWS-using friend. Isomewhere in the Registry, and that there's got to be some way to find it if
you're (a) knowledgeable about navigating it and (b) willing to do some
digging. That information should be stored in some sort of registry
variable and, if so, using regedit's search capability should let you find
it. Can any of you out there confirm this?
JAWSIf I'm not mistaken, the authorization number and extra CD came with
provides6.0. I've kept that version around here for that reason. I hope FS
agree,this info and CD whenever someone signs up for the first time. But I
obtainwe shouldn't have to rely on the packaging of a JAWS release from seven
Matzurasuch basic information.
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