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Sentinel HASP 5.12 Service Pack 1

This service pack comprises of two web packages – one for Business Studio Server (BSS) and another for Envelope Feature Highlights: The BSS package fixes some customer reported issues related to performance, checking in of C2V files, protection key memory and few others. The Envelope package fixes issues related to…

 

Installing HASP/LDK RTE daemons on 64bit Linux OS machines

Installing the 32bit Compatibility Package for 64bit Linux This technical note describes how to install the 32-bit compatibility package that is required in order to use the Sentinel LDK 6.4 Run-time Environment under a 64-bit Linux operating system.   The document could be downloaded from: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9278411/Installing_the_32-bit_Compatibility_Package_for_64-bit_Linux_TN_2257.docx

 

Custom haspdinst with HASP and LDK

Steps with HASP Business Studio to deliver an updated RTE package: (Must be done on each Vendor Suite installation) 1)Update “personalized” RTE Download new “standard” RTE 6.56 from here: http://sentinelcustomer.safenet-inc.com/DownloadNotice.aspx?dID=8589947873 Backup or rename the old 5.95 or 5.x in your Vendor Suite installation: C:\Program Files\SafeNet\Sentinel HASP\Redistribute\Runtime Environment\cmd Install\haspdinst.exe And replace it with…

 

Error “Unable to stop hasplms service”

Example: Install a provisional license with RTE 6.56 Install haspdinst.exe with -i command (this is provisonal license for another product with RTE 6.56) Installation gives error “Unable to stop hasplms service” This is though documented in 6.56 readme -> When upgrading the Run-time Environment, ensure that it is not currently…

 

System.AccessViolationException at HASP login call on Windows 7

Problem: System.AccessViolationException was caught at hasp login() “Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt.” Source=hasp_net_windows Cause: hasp_net_windows.dll is not recognized and loaded properly Solution: This is specific to Windows 7 settings. On few systems the issue is resolved after checking…