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Thread: Evaluating dMC command line feature

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    Evaluating dMC command line feature

    We have an application that can run both on the user's desktop and as a windows service. When it runs on the desktop and calls the command line program CoreConverter.exe it works great. However when it runs as a windows service and calls the command line program CoreConverter.exe it returns the following error message: "Only dBpoweramp Reference supports command line encoding".

    After reading other posts this indicates a licensing issue. Since it works on the desktop but not under the system account does this mean the license is not visible to non desktop uses?

    If so this will be an issue for us since most of the time our program is ran as a service.

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    Re: Evaluating dMC command line feature

    If you have the fully registered version (rather than trial) you would not see this (even from service).

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