PFozz wrote:Thanks 4tune!
There are two possible ways to authorize the plug-ins (EAReverb SE and all eaReckon plug-ins).
The first one is a classic Challenge/Response and it is available as soon as your serial number is registered in your user account.
The second one is based on a simple (watermarked) "key file". This file is not hardware dependent so you can be sure you will have the possibility to authorize your plug-in forever, whatever happens to eaReckon in the future.
However, access to this key file is granted after some manual checks.
Once you have a key file at your disposal, you don't have to mess with the Challenge/Response procedure anymore.
Users usually like it
You can read what Brother Charles says about it here:
In the case of an eventual problem (server, ...), I have a local in-house application which can generate everything you may need to authorize the plug-ins and there is no third party things involved in the copy protection system.
Should you need more information about the purchasing process, please feel free to read the webshop FAQ (http://www.eareckon.com/eshop) or just ask me and I will be happy to reply.
Thanks for the info PFozz,
Do the users have to provide any other info for these manual checks, or is it just waiting for you to be happy with submitted account details etc?