decompile exe

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joezhouyun
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decompile exe

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I lost my code when the machine is die. I only have .exe which compiled from Studio 2015. Is it possible decompile the exe?

thanks.

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Alexander Riedel
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Re: decompile exe

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Yes, we usually. can.

Upload the file here: https://www.sapien.com/support/upload
Since there is no license for PowerShell Studio is associated with your account, the license holder
must email to support@sapien.com to give permission to extract the content.
If the license has a current Premium Support plan, there is no charge.
If you do not have premium support, please purchase a support ticket here: https://store.sapien.com/p-255-tech-sup ... vices.aspx
and attach the receipt to the email to support@sapien.com
Alexander Riedel
SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.

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joezhouyun
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Re: decompile exe

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I send all information as you required, how long I can get responding from support?

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Alexander Riedel
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Re: decompile exe

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Usually not very long. It depends on what else is going on at the time.
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