I understand that to install SCWCD 1.4 kit it has to be downloaded from the whizlabs website and then installed using a key file which is sent through mail. Please confirm if my understanding is correct.
If what I have written above is correct then what happens if the software installation gets corrupted and requires a re-install? Can the same key file be re-used? If not,can the users request for a new key file?
[Edit by Dave - Please use a meaningful subject line] [ September 05, 2006: Message edited by: David O'Meara ]
I've already purchased another WhizLabs exam simulator in the past, and according to information I got from WhizLabs, a single license number allows you to install the simulator up to 3 distinct computers and infinite times on the same computer as long as your hardware does not change.
I mean, as long as your memory, mother board, hard drive, CD/DVD Drive does not change you can always reinstal the simulator on the same computer whenever you want.
WhizLabs controls the number of DISTINCT installations through the installation key generated by your program. Such installation key reflects your hardware configuration which combined to your license key allows WhizLabs to track the .UCF file usage you download from their website.
In summary, you can download the .UCF file infinite times if you are providing the same installation key and up to 3 times if your installation key (computer hardware) changes.
Hope that helps.
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Thanks for the reply
So what you are saying is that if SCWCD 1.4 Kit is installed on 3 different machines, then re-installing it on any of those 3 machine is possible. Correct?
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