InstallShield 2010 FULL
I would like to know if it is possible to upgrade old projects (1997 projects) to installshield 2010. I don’t mind if I have to purchase a license if I have to.
InstallShield 2010 Express Edition can install and deploy applications that target Microsoft Windows® and Microsoft Windows® Windows Server 2003, Windows® Windows Server 2008, and Windows Vista® for x64-based systems with additional configuration (selecting the x64 option when adding Project Components and adding the basic x64 configuration in Project Properties dialog box).
InstallShield Limited Edition (for Windows Installer 5.5 and earlier) and InstallShield Express Edition (for Windows Installer 4.5 and earlier) do not support Windows Server 2003 x64. For these editions, the x64 target configuration must be selected for Windows XP systems when adding Project Components. This requirement is due to earlier limitations in the Windows Installer 4.5 engine. For the Windows Installer 5.5 engine, Windows XP x64 can be supported with the Windows Installer 5.5 engine and a mix of 32-bit and 64-bit application components that are installed into separate directories on the target system.
I would like to install the package on the client computer.
InstallShield Express Edition for Windows Installer can install and deploy applications that target Microsoft Windows® and Windows Vista® systems with 32-bit x86 and 64-bit x86 configurations and with the x64 target configuration.
InstallShield Express 2010 Deployment can install and deploy applications that target Microsoft Windows® and Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista® for x64-based systems with additional configuration (selecting the x64 option when adding Project Components and adding the basic x64 configuration in Project Properties dialog box).
InstallShield Express 2010 includes all of the features of Express Edition 2010.
The MSDN forum Thread.
The installation keeps the user from updating to the latest version. How do I update it to something else?
Windows 8 Updates in Windows 8, Windows 7 with SP1, Windows Server 2012 / Windows 8.1 / Windows Server 2012 R2. How to automatically download and install updates from Microsoft Updates.
I tried to use installshield express 2010. I dont have a keygen can this be used with installshield express 2010. Its an old project that I dont have a key to upgrade and I can only run v4.
I would like to upgrade the project that I am working on to Installshield 2014. I dont have any license to download the full edition of installshield 2014
Get private info from a TCP packet
I have a embedded device with UDP sockets to which I send data and a computer which receives the data. I thought of sending an int of 0 to signify the data is private. However, I realized that if the embedded device uses the default port, the received packets could be from another IP. In this case, using the IP of the computer doesn’t work as it’s not the same address.
What can I do in order to determine the private data from the packet?
Is there a way to do this programmatically using C/C++?
Is there a way to do this using Java?
I have created a dummy application that listens to UDP packets on port 5001 and then sends them to the destination address. The application uses the following code to determine if the packet is private.
void recvpacket(int sock)
int head_len = 8;
memset(dst_address, 0, sizeof(dst_address));
memset(src_address, 0, sizeof(src_address));
socklen_t addr_size = sizeof(dst_address);
if (ioctl(sock, SIOCINQ, &dst_address)!= 0)
fprintf(stderr, “Could not obtain dst_address
addr_size = addr_get_size(sock);
if (addr_size > head_len)
if (addr_get_family(sock)!= AF_INET)
fprintf(stderr, “Could not obtain destination_address