VanDyke.SecureCRT.v7.0.0.326-ZWT(x86) Serial Key ##BEST##

VanDyke.SecureCRT.v7.0.0.326-ZWT(x86) Serial Key ##BEST##


VanDyke.SecureCRT.v7.0.0.326-ZWT(x86) Serial Key

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As you see, the only common strings between the two are both of the format “VanDyke.SecureCRT.v7.0.0.326-ZWT(x86)” and  “VanDyke SecureCRT”.
So it clearly appears that you have 2 different applications installed on your system (based on the information provided), with the first one obviously being responsible for the entry of the serial into the Windows registry and the second one being something like an admin command line tool and acting by auto-starting when using the serial.
Once I figured out the first one, I had to first look for the second one (thanks to SpyHunter) and only then find the Winreg entries for the second. Once I did that, I could delete the second and replace it with the first.
For the record, the second application was located at
C:\VanDyke.SecureCRT.v7.0.0.326-ZWT\VanDyke.SecureCRT.v7.0.0.326-ZWT\VanDyke.SecureCRT.v7.0.0.326-ZWT\Hardware\Add-in Manager\TrustedInstaller.exe


I was having a very similar problem to you when I was also trying to disable the syncing of the serial number with the Microsoft store.
After many hours of searching through the registry and files in my C:\Users\\.Sbf-InsecureCRT folder, I found that the culprit file was:

Normally, I would recommend that you do not modify this file. After all, you can delete it, and your problems will go away! However, Windows 7 requires this file in order to sync the serial with the Microsoft Store. (I have no idea why Microsoft feels the need to do this.)
Anyway, the file was modified with additional options by the syncing software, and my computer was given a new GUID.
After uninstalling the Microsoft Store syncing software, I had no more problems with the serial number syncing, and all of the