This indeed fixed the installed WIP.
Everything loads fine and seems OK.
After closing I got the prompt to install the latest update. Upon doing so I got some error dialogs…hmmm…I rebooted Windows and tried again to allow for the installation of the update:
clicked 2 times OK as the dialog pops up 2 times, then get this:
Hit OK and the installer progress-bar empties out in reverse and installer bails out.
Any ideas you want me to test.
It’s late here so maybe no reply until in about 10 hours.
this worked for me as described with one small difference: After i´ve removed the registry entries and deleting the *.lic file, i´ve entered my license key and registered. Once the validation completed, i still got the litle dialog that the wip expired. I´ve chosen “continue” and Rhino was loaded without toolbars and save disabled. Then i´ve just reopened Rhino and the toolbars and plugins loaded fine. I´m using the built of yesterday (6.0.14274.3191) which i´ve downloaded manually. So for me it seems to be up and running again.
@brian OK, on my workstation here at work I followed the procedure in the first post exactly and it seems to have worked flawlessly. I had previously installed the most recent build.
After having deleted the indicated registry key and closed Regedit, I started Rhino 6. It asked me for my key, I entered it and then the validation screen came up. I went through the validation procedure (skipping the registration part) and validation was successful. Rhino 6 then opened with toolbars (my custom workspace) and all.
This part didn’t happen though:
Rhino started up right away after the validation without telling me it was expired.
Anyway, here at least, things are working, will now try on my laptop…
OK, on my laptop, the procedure also worked. This time I did get the “expired” message again when I opened V6 the first time afterwards, but then once I closed and re-opened, it launched correctly, toolbars and all.