Well I downloaded some of AB softwares from here and found out activating is sort of confusing for lots of people including myself... so I then figured out grace period is the best thing I mean who tries to activate even before this period ends... Most of us worry about that until it's over.
So when I figured out both of this things I certainly wondered how to make it easier for all of us and here it is. THIS IS NOT AN ACTIVATION, this will SAVE YOU THE TIME REQUIRED TO ACTIVATE, you will get to live by grace period all your life. AKA Automated tiralreset for ever (It resets 7 day trial each time you run it, however I recommend doing optional steps to make it run everyday that way you will never run out of grace period)
-Supports Windows 7 & XP
-Tested with Studio 5000, RSLogix 500 RSLinx, RSLogix 5 etc (Pretty much what everyone here uses anyway).
-Unfortunately it doesn't work with Factory Talk View
-Adding support for more software later.
-Activating now lost sense, automated dailybasis trialreset on startup.
2.-Download Rockwell4Free (No installation, so its portable)
3.-Place in Desktop and RUN AS ADMIN.
OPTIONAL -If you wish the software to do it's thing on a daily basis so you don't have to run it yourself
Win7: Click the Start button Picture of the Start button , click All Programs, right-click the Startup folder, and then click Open.
Create a Rockwell4Free shortcut, and move it to the Startup folder.
Done It will run automatically eat time you start your pc.
Win XP/Vista:Right click the start button.
Windows Explorer will open and point to the start menu folder.
( usually - C:\Documents and Settings\Your Name Here\Start Menu )
Click on the subfolder named "Programs".
Click on the subfolder named "Startup".
Place any shortcuts you like in that folder. Windows will open those programs/applications automatically each time you start your computer.
Both versions (XP and Win7) inside:
https://mega.co.nz/#!FNwlBYaa!Lv_VMXKgf ... 4cYu7bF-i0
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https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/b523 ... 422048160/
VirusTotal 4/57 wrote:AVG Dropper.Small.ZAS
ESET-NOD32 a variant of MSIL/TrojanDropper.Agent.EH