Application complains about Trial key even though I have activated a purchased license

Sometimes the application still attempts to use the Trial key even after a purchased license key has been activated.
 
If this happens, please try renaming the folder:
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\LiquidTechnologies\applications
to
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\LiquidTechnologies\applications.old
 
You can do this directly in Windows Explorer:
1. Enter the following into the path bar at the top of Windows Explorer:
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\LiquidTechnologies
2. Right click the 'applications' child folder and select 'Rename'.
3. Rename 'applications' as 'applications.old'
 
Or from a command prompt:
1. Run cmd.exe to open a command prompt.
2. Run the following comand:
ren "%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\LiquidTechnologies\applications" applications.old
 
Please then run the product and activate with your purchased license again.
 
Note: This article relates to a purchased license only. If you want to use the Community Edition, then the Trial will revert to Community Edition after the trial period expires.
 
 

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