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INTRODUCING NEW TOOLKIT: Manage, Protect, Track and Distribute LabVIEW programs

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Dear LabVIEW Developer,


We are really pleased to introduce today our new toolkit: BLT for LabVIEW. We worked hard to provide a powerful management software that will give you the tools to protect and distribute your LabVIEW programs, for internal or commercial use.

As a LabVIEW developer, your feedback is really important to us since our toolkit is mainly designed for your needs. That's why we would like to offer you a free version with all the features included, so you can test BLT and see how it improves your daily productivity.

Please refer to www.BLTforLabVIEW.com (http://bltforlabview.com) or watch the video for more information.




We really appreciate your collaboration, and hope that you will find a lot of value in this new LabVIEW Toolkit.


Matthias Baudot
Principal Software Architect

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Looks great.

I get the following error when trying to download the free version (after entering details).


Not Acceptable

An appropriate representation of the requested resource /polls/index.php/survey/index could not be found on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

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Hey ShaunR


We are sorry that you experiences a such issue. We will look into this immediately and get this resolved as soon as possible.

You can send us an email to contact@studiobods.com so we can give you the direct download link and generate a free license for you.


Thank you and have a great day.

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Hello barney, 

It looks like the machine you are on is not connected to Internet and doesn't have connectivity to the Licensing Server so you cannot automaticaly activate your free license. Please submit your request via email to support@studiobods.com and we will make sure to generate a license file for you.


Thank you.

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