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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I need to write some software that when you turn on a new pc it will popup asking the user to submit registration details - what application would you recommend to do this, I was thinking a win forms app that then saves the data as an xml file and then sends the file via a webservice to a server once an internet connection has been established.


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