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CryptoLicensing for .Net 2012 R2 is a 100% .Net solution to add licensing, copy-protection, activation, hardware-locking and usage-reporting capabilities to your .Net, Windows Forms, WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, Compact Framework, Xbox and XNA apps and libraries and ASP.Net web sites. CryptoLicensing uses the latest military strength cryptographic technology to ensure that your software and intellectual property is protected. A unique new feature is Usage Reporting which allows you to gain insight into how your software is used by customers. The new version has improved Mono support, improved support for subscription licenses, improved UI, improved license management database support, better license validation error reporting, fixes and much more! * Protect your intellectual property, increase sales and maximize ROI. * Variety of licensing rules for the most common licensing scenarios. * Cryptographic licenses for full versions of your software. * Evaluation or trial versions. * Online or manual activation and hardware locking. * Network Floating licenses. * On-demand licenses. * Subscription licenses. * Leased / Heartbeat licenses. * And more! * Flexible and adaptable licensing to suit your exact needs. * Secure and unbreakable cryptographic licenses offer maximum protection to your software. * User friendly activation and hardware locking scheme. * Fast, reliable, light-weight and simple API to integrate in your software.
Microsoft's Web Deployment tool allows you to easily package, deploy, archive and sync web applications hosted within IIS.
(WiX) A toolset that builds Windows installation packages from XML source code. The toolset supports a command line environment that developers may integrate into their build processes to build MSI and MSM setup packages.
Application virtualization for .NET.
Software for Windows that enables developers and build masters to easily create an automated, repeatable process for building and deploying software.