I believe it's stored in Acadres.dll (you would have to edit/hack that file with the appropriate tools), but you could also just use the /nologo startup switch to turn it off.
We tried that with no luck - couldn't find the relevant line in the .dll. We found something else that appeared to be the right line (not in Acadres), but it didnt work either. I'll make do with the startup switch.
>> couldn't find the relevant line in the .dll
Just to remember .... you read the license agreement? (allowed to modifying program-files?)
- alfred -
It's complicated to add the /nologo after the shortcut in propreties. I can't do it with user login, the administrator is not able to de it either.
You're doing something wrong then.
Try making a copy of the desktop icon and editing the copy.
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