[v7 General Discussion] Activation By Command

After installation, the first user to run EasyWorship will be asked to enter their username and password to activate. Once activated, the software will then work for all users on the computer as it saves an encrypted key into C:\ProgramData\Softouch.

If you copy C:\ProgramData\Softouch from one computer to another you'll get the list of profiles, but the first user will still be asked to activate the software as the license doesn't support being copied.

Is it possible to activate EasyWorship by a command?

Something like "C:\Program Files (x86)\Softouch\Easyworship 7\Easyworship.exe" activate username=blah password=blah

It's not a big issue, but would just save me from having to manually login and activate after installation on all our staff computers.

For reference the installation script we're using is:

REM Install EasyWorship

start /wait "" "EasyWorship-" /verysilent / norestart

REM Delete desktop icon

DEL "%userprofile%\Desktop\EasyWorship 7.lnk" /S

REM Add Windows Firewall rule

netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="EasyWorship" profile=domain,private protocol=any enable=yes action=allow dir=in program="%PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\Softouch\Easyworship 7\Easyworship.exe"

REM Copy master folder with profiles list to this PCs Program Data

xcopy "installationfiles\Softouch" "%PROGRAMDATA%\Softouch" /c /e /y /R /I

icacls "%PROGRAMDATA%\Softouch" /t /grant Everyone:(OI)(CI)F


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Is this a feature request?

You can invite each staff member to the account so they can log in with their own credentials.