That was my suggestion as well.  Unfortunately, it's also the most complex from a 
coding standpoint for the folks at Dantz.  But they're really really good so I expect 
they'll come up with something...


Erik Ableson

On Tue, Jan 18, 2000 at 08:49:47AM -0600, Michael Gaines wrote:
> At 1:48 PM -0800 on 1/15/2000, you wrote:
> How about a copy of the installer that is "keyable"? Possibly by 
> running a "keying" program against the installer, or maybe making the 
> installer look for a plain text file that contains the "key". That 
> way end users could install the client, it would be temporarily 
> protected from caual network snooping and the administrator doesn't 
> have to worry that the wrong password (or no password) was entered 
> (either by the user or the admin).
> Maybe if you go the text file route you could even fix it so I could 
> preset the preferences, so when the client is installed its 
> preferences are already set without either me or the user touching 
> it. Just a suggestion. :)

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