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Regarding WebEditor 5.5.

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I have been using WebEditor 5.5 for a number of years (don't remember exactly how long).

My details are: Product : Namo WebEditor 5
Serial number : 150202 - 29708
CD key :0XU7K955RC55W742NRE0M7R8L7

Suddenly today I was not allowed in until I put in the serial number and CD key. I had never been asked for that before. Anyhow, it took two goes before I was allowed in. But then maybe a half hour later when trying to enter again a box appeared saying: "Can't find license key. Please reinstall Namo WebEditor." I can't do that. I will lose everything I have created: the website for our business - www.antique-glass.co.uk. Please help. This is urgent. I am in the midst of uploading changes to the website.

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Try running the application as Administrator, and then put in the serial number. This could be caused by another program's uninstall procedure or because of an application that is developed to clean temporary files. If the license is stored in such file, then you will have issues with the license. As I can see, your website is created in HTML which means you should be able to load it if you have to re-install the application in which it was created.

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That install as admin trick works, but then only if you keep executing the app as administrator.

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Thanks - admin tip worked - very much appreciated

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Thanks. I had exactly the same problem. I think it was caused by a mandatory Windows 10 update.
Your solution worked.

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