G’day all,

I’m wondering if someone managed to identify uniquely if a 4D-application is 
running in a VM…

I’m testing an application in Windows10 Pro while Win10P is running in VM Ware, 
Parallels, VirtualBox on a Mac.

To get hardware and software information in Windows I use the fast 
command-variety of “wmic” on the Mac the terminal command “system_profiler” has 
proven to be useful.

The idea behind this stunt is to allow/deny an application to run in a 
VM-enviornment. 

Big ideas??

Any help/hint/4D-code is appreciated.

Thanks

Cheers
Jörg
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