I would also like to get access to this tool. I'm working on creating a script that will check the license status on our installations, and automatically report back to us by e-mail when the license is closing in on its expiration date.
I saw someone mentioning that if you used the AVGSetLic tool with a /get instead of a /set. It would return both the license number and expiration date.
Figure that will do the trick for my script :smile:
If i'm correct, please provide me with a download for the tool. If not, id love to get some suggestions on how i can programatically retrive the license expiration date for AVG AntiVirus Business Edition 2012 on Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit + Windows Server 2008 R2 installations.
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In an app I am using on my network I need to programmatically find expiry date of all the AVG installations - seems from reading about I can do this with the AVGSetLic.exe file? if so could you send it to me - or tell me any other way I could get this information programmatically (perhaps in a visual basic app)
seems from reading about I can do this with the AVGSetLic.exe file? if so could you send it to me - or tell me any other way I could get this information programmatically (perhaps in a visual basic app)
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