Hello dear SciChart team,
Our customer has a new security program that starts on Dlls that are copied into a directory during runtime. At the moment has the customer the problem that this security program starts on an AbtLicensingNative.dll. This DLL is in the following directory:
% USERPROFILE% \ AppData \ Local \ SciChart \ Dependencies \ v.18.104.22.16804 \ x64.
For this reason the following questions:
Is this DLL safe?
Why is the dll only copied at runtime? Is there another solution for this?
Writing the files at runtime is the only way that this can be done right now, however you can specify where to write the files too and add an exception to anti virus software.
Try this code before any SciChart library code is called:
SciChart.Core.NativeDllLoader.DependenciesPath = "C:/Temp"; // Or a directory of your choice
Now instruct the user to set an exception in their antivirus for c:/temp
Please let me know if that helps,
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