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Old 01-Jan-2012, 11:56 AM
NGFrankW NGFrankW is offline
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Exclamation Registry compare parsing error

I have exported two unicode registry files from a Windows CE device and get a parsing error with this syntax:

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\MIME\Database\Content Type\image/bmp\Bits]
"0"=hex:\
02,00,00,00,FF,FF,42,4D


I assume the common backslash to separate the hex data is not supported by Beyound Compare.
Tested with BC v3.3.3, build 14128.

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Old 03-Jan-2012, 01:05 PM
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Thanks for the report. We are collecting different test cases to help find any issues with our parsing in the Registry Compare. I'll open a tracker entry to investigate this one; in the meantime, please use the Text Compare to compare your .reg files with this parsing problem.
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Old 16-Sep-2012, 07:04 AM
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The registry compare works now perfectly.
Thanks Aaron

Another Question:
I have a BC3 Pro licence key (max. 65 users) for the Windows Version and would like to use BC also for Linux.
Not for all 65 users but only for one.
Have we to purchase a seperate Linux license ?

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Old 17-Sep-2012, 08:40 AM
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Hello,

It would be best to email into sales@scootersoftware.com so they can help you with this question.

Upgrading just part of a license can be difficult to deploy; it would require scrubbing the current license from all of the Windows machines and redeploying both licenses. The likely recommended solution would be to purchase the smaller count Linux license separately, but sales will be able to provide better advice given your exact license scenario, the number you would need to upgrade, etc.
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