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With TypeMock 3.7.1, attempting to set or remove a license via the TypeMock Configuration Tool causes an exception to be thrown if the program is not run with elevated privileges.

I made this mistake, and now my Set License button is disabled even with a valid license entered. Is there a way to reset the license state without the tool so I can install my purchased license?

Matt Rudder
asked by mrudder (1.2k points)

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Thanks for reporting this bug.
In any case make sure that the registry defined for the code coverage is enabled, as written in the Documentation
answered by scott (32k points)
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This issue has been resolved.
The fix was included in our latest release (4.0.2),
which can be loaded here:

If now you try to access the registry the tool will output an apropriate warning, and will not crash.
answered by lior (13.2k points)