And if you want to do it by the hand:
Download the zip file, extract it into a folder (e.g. C:\Temp)
Open a command prompt and navigate to that folder
Within the folder open the following files in a text editor (e.g. Notepad):
Delete the.exe files (you should end up with 4.dat files)
Save them into a txt file (e.g. AutoDWGDWGLock2.91_crack.txt)
Select the file containing the.dat files and click “OK”
This is an older thread, but I stumbled upon it while searching for a tool that uses my keys to generate a certificate that will build and deploy an application that requires custom permissions.
I found a tool called WinCerts that would do what I needed, but was unable to find any English documentation on their website.
So I emailed the developer and he helped me set it up.
It’s very easy to use. Simply download and run the program, and create the certificate and then send the file. No need to compile anything, just run the executable.
If you’d like to know how it works, please visit this link to the developer’s blog:
Hope this helps.
Official Mobile App for the Religulous Movie
Tonight at 7:00pm PST, I’ll be hosting a live Q&A on Twitter with the Producer of Religulous, Kevin Smith. RSVP here. But if you’d like to participate, you can do so by tweeting the hashtag #Religulous.
Since I’ll be tweeting the questions live on Twitter, I don’t anticipate any major problems. However, I do suggest you get there early, since Twitter has a limit of 140 characters per message. You can follow me at @jeffreifman to get updated on the Q&A as it occurs.
This event is sponsored by VAULT, a