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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Manny, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. Manny

    Manny Guest

    Anyone out there have access to SPSWin software for Sentex Infinity
    Telephone entry Systems?
     
  2. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Yup.
     
  3. Manny

    Manny Guest

    Well do you want to trade or share it?
     
  4. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Neither. Contact Sentex and buy your own copy.
     
  5. Manny R.

    Manny R. Guest

    I would if I was a Sentex Dealer, but I don't need it anymore as someone
    gave me a copy, no need to be a prick if you can help or don't want to!
     
  6. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Whine, whine, whine. Coming into a forum of professionals and asking
    for one to "give" you a copy of licensed software is just plain
    *unprofessional*. Your response is equally so (I would say "childish",
    but even that would be a level above you).
     
  7. Manny R.

    Manny R. Guest

    You are not even in my league my friend, I have been around this industry
    longer than you, so you are the childish one! just look at your response,
    don't act like an Asshole and no one will call you one!

    Although is a copyrighted software you can obtain it for free, as a matter
    of fact they give it away with every system you buy.
    I have way more experience and integrity than you could ever have, I been
    in this forum before and notice that you and others here provide nothing to
    this group, only stupid flames. You should be using the group to discuss
    and help one another rather than flame anyone that ask a question.
     
  8. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Boy are you off base, friend... Check out your response... They "give
    it away with every system you buy"... The keywords, "friend", are
    "every system *you buy*".

    Hope you're real happy with the software you got for "free" because one
    "individual" didn't have the integrity a number of posters here have
    demonstrated over and over again. Bass *used to* give away the
    downloading software for a number of panels for free on his website.
    Perhaps *he* can explain the meaning of the word "Copyright" (or the
    fine print in the EULA) to you...
     
  9. Although is a copyrighted software you can obtain it for free, as a matter
    Manny,

    Just ignore him. Everyone here knows he's a fraud. The guy
    isn't even an installer.

    --

    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    Bass Burglar Alarms
    The Online DIY Store
    http://www.BassBurglarAlarms.com
     
  10. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Heh... You're not only the biggest liar/fraud/troll in USENET, you're
    most definitely *not* an installer, and haven't a clue about where I
    work (or who I really am). In fact, your comment ranks right up there
    with the "I'm Pink" story, Robert. I'm looking forward to your next
    "recycled installment".
     
  11. Manny R.

    Manny R. Guest

    The software was not for me to begin, I called the gate company that
    installed all eight systems, and told them to sell the software to their
    customer, and they actually gave it to the management company, that manages
    those properties.
    The only reason that I got involved, was we do all the EMS,CCTV,Fire and
    Card Access for this properties. All they wanted was an easier way to enter
    their directories, the company that use to manage these buildings before
    took the PC that had the Tele Entry software.
     
  12. The software was not for me to begin...

    Manny,

    Forget trying to reason with that character. He only makes
    obnoxious comments hoping to impress the rat pack here. Hope you
    found what you need.

    --

    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    Bass Burglar Alarms
    The Online DIY Store
    http://www.BassBurglarAlarms.com
     
  13. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    I feel bad for your customer. This still doesn't excuse anyone that's
    offered (or provided) you with a "copy" of the software. The fact that
    you would condone such an action also speaks volumes. The proper way to
    proceed on this would have been to contact Sentex in Chatsworth, CA.,
    explain your problem and the fact that you're now servicing the
    equipment. They would have been happy to sell you a copy of the
    software. The alternative would have been to contact Richardson
    Electronics (which owns Burtek Systems in Canada) and purchase a disk
    through there. There are a number of Sentex Dealers in Vancouver
    (myself included) that would have been happy to assist you. In
    hindsight, my response to your original post was perhaps a bit on the
    unhelpful side, but if you had explained the situation a little better
    to begin with I would have been happy to help you obtain a legitimate
    copy of the software (I wouldn't have marked up the price over my cost
    either).

    As to the other poster making "noise" in this thread, I'd suggest you
    Google his name in this Newsgroup before you listen to anything he says.
    Good luck with your project. If I can be of any further assistance,
    please don't hesitate to email me.

    Frank
     
  14. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest

    Yep. You can contact me at feolson at shaw dot ca (no spaces) with all
    the particulars.
     
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