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Old 09-16-2018, 19:54
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Vendor Defined Host-ID

I am working on an executable which is protected by Flexlm v10.8.
I extracted enc seed 1 & 2 from the executable and build lmcrypt, but the license keys generated are invalid. So I looked at the daemon, and noticed that enc seed 1 & 2 are different' so I build lmcrypt(2) with the new seeds, but also this time license keys are invalid.
I checked patching of l_ckout_string_key, and this will display the correct key@ EOFunction.

License format is : FEATURE feature daemon 1.0 permanent uncounted \
HOSTID=VDH=HOSTID=VDH=104AMYXXXXXXXX SIGN=12, where "XXXXXXXX" is the serial number of the device.

I then changed the license format to: FEATURE infxxxxxx_feature deamon 1.0 permanent uncounted HOSTID=DISK_SERIAL_NUM=xxxxxxxx SIGN=12,
and this time lmcrypt(2) generates the correct keys.
I did a little bit of reading and found that HOSTID=VDH stands for "vendor defined host-id", and that lmcrypt needs to be specifically build for this.

So I followed the instructions from FLEXnet Licensing 11.4: Programming and Reference Guide for License File-based Licensing Chapter 12: Vendor-Defined Hostid Types, but when try to build lmcrypt I receive the following error:

Microsoft (R) Program Maintenance Utility Version 11.00.61030.0
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

cl /nologo /c /I..\machind /I. /MT /O1 ..\machind\lmflex.c
lmflex.c
LINK /nologo /NODEFAULTLIB /OPT:NOREF /out:lmflex.exe lmflex.obj vendor_hostid.obj lm_new.obj lmgr.lib libsb.lib libcrvs.lib oldnames.lib kernel32.lib user32.lib netapi32.lib advapi32.lib gdi32.lib comdlg32.lib comctl32.lib wsock32.lib libcmt.lib
LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'vendor_hostid.obj'
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\BIN\LINK.EXE"' : return code '0x49d'
Stop.

C:\Flexlm\v10.8\i86_n3-10.8.6\i86_n3>

What am I doing wrong?
I have googled this error, but could not find a solution

for info I have included a copy of my makefile below:

#########################################################################
# Copyright (c) 2003-2007 Macrovision Europe Ltd. and/or Macrovision Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
# This software has been provided pursuant to a License Agreement
# containing restrictions on its use. This software contains
# valuable trade secrets and proprietary information of
# Macrovision Corporation and is protected by law. It may
# not be copied or distributed in any form or medium, disclosed
# to third parties, reverse engineered or used in any manner not
# provided for in said License Agreement except with the prior
# written authorization from Macrovision Corporation.
##########################################################################
#
# FLEXLM makefile for PCs
# If you have a real kit, change VENDORNAME=demo below to your real
# vendor daemon name
# Use nmake DLL=1 for dll clients
# Use nmake MD=1 for dynamic runtime library: msvcrt.lib
#
VENDORNAME = agilent

DAEMON = $(VENDORNAME).exe

SRCDIR = ..\machind
!ifdef DEBUG
XTRACFLAG=/Zi /Od
LDFLAGS=/DEBUG
CNAME=d
!else
XTRACFLAG = /O1
LDFLAGS =
CNAME=
!endif

LD = LINK /nologo /NODEFAULTLIB /OPT:NOREF $(LDFLAGS)
RC = RC

INCFLAGS = /I$(SRCDIR) /I.

!ifdef DLL

LMGRNAME=10
MDNAME=
DLL_FLAG=/DFLEXLM_DLL
CRT_LIB=libcmt$(CNAME).lib
LMNEW_OBJ=lm_new.obj
LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT=
CRT_FLAG=/MT$(CNAME)

!else
!ifdef MD

LMGRNAME=_md
LMNEW_OBJ=lm_new_md.obj
CRT_FLAG=/MD$(CNAME)
CRT_LIB=msvcrt$(CNAME).lib
LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT=$(LMNEW_OBJ)

!else

LMGRNAME=
CRT_FLAG=/MT$(CNAME)
LMNEW_OBJ=lm_new.obj
LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT=$(LMNEW_OBJ)
CRT_LIB=libcmt$(CNAME).lib

!endif

MDNAME=$(LMGRNAME)

!endif

LMGR_LIB=lmgr$(LMGRNAME).lib

XTRALIB1 = oldnames.lib kernel32.lib user32.lib netapi32.lib \
advapi32.lib gdi32.lib comdlg32.lib comctl32.lib wsock32.lib

XTRALIB = $(XTRALIB1) $(CRT_LIB)

XTRACFLAG=$(XTRACFLAG) $(DLL_FLAG)

#
# Use XTRAOBJS to define your object files for vendor daemon
# initialization routines, checkout filter, checkin callback, etc.
#
XTRAOBJS =

CFLAGS_NOOPT = /nologo /c $(INCFLAGS) $(CRT_FLAG) $(XTRACFLAG)
CFLAGS = $(CFLAGS_NOOPT)
LMNEW_CFLAGS = /nologo /c $(INCFLAGS) $(CRT_FLAG) $(DLL_FLAG)

SRCS = $(SRCDIR)\lsvendor.c

EXECS = lmsimple.exe lmflex.exe lmwin.exe lmclient.exe lmcrypt.exe installs.exe vendor_hostid.obj

CLIENTLIB = $(LMGR_LIB) libsb$(MDNAME).lib libcrvs$(MDNAME).lib
STATIC_CLIENTLIB = lmgr$(MDNAME).lib libsb$(MDNAME).lib libcrvs$(MDNAME).lib
LIBS = lmgras$(MDNAME).lib lmgrs$(MDNAME).lib $(STATIC_CLIENTLIB)
DAEMONLIBS = lmgras$(MDNAME).lib lmgrs$(MDNAME).lib lmgr$(MDNAME).lib libsb$(MDNAME).lib libcrvs$(MDNAME).lib
EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE = VendorLicenseServerMsgs
EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2 = MvsnLicenseServerMsgs

all: lmwin.res \
!ifdef DLL
lmgr10.dll ltclient.exe \
!endif
$(EXECS) $(DAEMON) utils

daemon: $(DAEMON)

$(DAEMON): $(XTRAOBJS) $(DAEMONLIBS) lsvendor.obj $(SRCDIR)\lsserver.h $(LMNEW_OBJ)
$(LD) /subsystem:console /out:$(DAEMON) lsvendor.obj vendor_hostid.obj $(LMNEW_OBJ) \
$(XTRAOBJS) $(DAEMONLIBS) $(CRT_LIB) $(XTRALIB1)

vendor_hostid.obj: $(SRCDIR)\vendor_hostid.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -I../h $(SRCDIR)\vendor_hostid.c

lsvendor.obj: lm_new.obj
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -I../h /Fo$@ lsrvend.c

$(LMNEW_OBJ): $(SRCDIR)\lsvendor.c $(SRCDIR)\lm_code.h
lmrand1 -i $(SRCDIR)\lsvendor.c
$(CC) /c $(LMNEW_CFLAGS) -I../h lmcode.c
$(LD) /subsystem:CONSOLE lmnewgen$(MDNAME).obj lmcode.obj \
lmgr$(MDNAME).lib libcrvs$(MDNAME).lib libsb$(MDNAME).lib $(XTRALIB1) $(CRT_LIB) /out:lmnewgen.exe
if exist lm_new.c del lm_new.c
lmnewgen.exe $(VENDORNAME) -o lm_new.c
$(CC) $(LMNEW_CFLAGS) /Fo$(LMNEW_OBJ) lm_new.c

lmcrypt.exe: $(SRCDIR)\lmcrypt.c \
$(SRCDIR)\lmclient.h $(SRCDIR)\lm_code.h $(STATIC_CLIENTLIB)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\lmcrypt.c
$(LD) /out:lmcrypt.exe lmcrypt.obj vendor_hostid.obj $(STATIC_CLIENTLIB) $(XTRALIB)

validdat.exe: $(SRCDIR)\validdat.c $(CLIENTLIB)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\validdat.c
$(LD) /out:validdat.exe validdat.obj $(CLIENTLIB) $(XTRALIB)
if exist validdat.obj del validdat.obj

lmclient.exe: $(SRCDIR)\lmclient.c $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT) \
$(CLIENTLIB)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\lmclient.c
$(LD) /out:lmclient.exe lmclient.obj $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT) $(CLIENTLIB) $(XTRALIB)
if exist lmclient.obj del lmclient.obj

lmsimple.exe: $(SRCDIR)\lmsimple.c $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT) \
$(CLIENTLIB)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\lmsimple.c
$(LD) /out:lmsimple.exe lmsimple.obj $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT)\
$(CLIENTLIB) $(XTRALIB)
if exist lmsimple.obj del lmsimple.obj

lmwin.exe: $(SRCDIR)\lmwin.c $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\lmwin.c
$(RC) $(SRCDIR)\lmwin.rc
$(LD) /out:lmwin.exe lmwin.obj $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT) \
$(SRCDIR)\lmwin.res $(CLIENTLIB) $(XTRALIB)
if exist lmwin.obj del lmwin.obj

lmflex.exe: $(SRCDIR)\lmflex.c $(LMNEW_OBJ) \
$(CLIENTLIB)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\lmflex.c
$(LD) /out:lmflex.exe lmflex.obj vendor_hostid.obj $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT) $(CLIENTLIB) $(XTRALIB)
if exist lmflex.obj del lmflex.obj

installs.exe: $(SRCDIR)\installs.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\installs.c
$(LD) /out:installs.exe installs.obj $(XTRALIB)
if exist installs.obj del installs.obj

lmwin.res: $(SRCDIR)\lmwin.rc
rc /l 0x409 /r /folmwin.res $(SRCDIR)\lmwin.rc

lmgr10.dll: $(LMNEW_OBJ) $(SRCDIR)\lmgr10.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\lmgr10.c
$(LD) /def:"$(SRCDIR)\lmgr10.def" \
/out:lmgr10.dll lmgr10.obj /implib:"lmgr10.lib" /dll \
$(LMNEW_OBJ) \
lmgr$(MDNAME).lib libsb$(MDNAME).lib libcrvs$(MDNAME).lib \
$(XTRALIB)

ltclient.exe: $(SRCDIR)\ltclient.c $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT)
$(CC) /nologo /c $(INCFLAGS) $(CRT_FLAG) /O1 $(SRCDIR)\ltclient.c
$(LD) /out:ltclient.exe ltclient.obj $(LMNEW_OBJ_CLIENT) lmgr10.lib $(XTRALIB)
if exist ltclient.obj del ltclient.obj

buildmsgfile:;
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).dll copy $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).dll $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).dll_bak
mc -u -U $(SRCDIR)\$(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).mc
$(RC) -r -fo $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).res $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).rc
$(LD) /dll /noentry /machine:x86 /out:$(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).dll $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).res
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).dll copy $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).dll $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).dll_bak
mc -u -U $(SRCDIR)\$(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).mc
$(RC) -r -fo $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).res $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).rc
$(LD) /dll /noentry /machine:x86 /out:$(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).dll $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).res

clean:;
if exist lmnewgen.obj ren lmnewgen.obj lmnewgen.sav
if exist lmnewgen_md.obj ren lmnewgen_md.obj lmnewgen_md.sav
if exist lmgr10.obj ren lmgr10.obj lmgr10.sav
if exist *.obj del *.obj
if exist lmnewgen_md.sav ren lmnewgen_md.sav lmnewgen_md.obj
if exist lmnewgen.sav ren lmnewgen.sav lmnewgen.obj
if exist lmgr10.sav ren lmgr10.sav lmgr10.obj
if exist lmnewgen.exe del lmnewgen.exe
if exist lmclient.exe del lmclient.exe
if exist lmcrypt.exe del lmcrypt.exe
if exist lmfeats.exe del lmfeats.exe
if exist $(DAEMON) del $(DAEMON)
if exist lmcode.c del lmcode.c
if exist lmcode.obj del lmcode.obj
if exist lm_new.c del lm_new*.c
if exist lm_new.obj del lm_new*.obj
if exist lsrvend.c del lsrvend.c
if exist lmflex.exe del lmflex.exe
if exist lmsimple.exe del lmsimple.exe
if exist lmwin.exe del lmwin.exe
if exist $(SRCDIR)\lmwin.res del $(SRCDIR)\lmwin.res
if exist *.ilk del *.ilk
if exist *.p* del *.p*
if exist lmwin.res del lmwin.res
if exist $(VENDORNAME)$(LMGRNAME).lib del $(VENDORNAME)$(LMGRNAME).lib
if exist $(VENDORNAME).dll del $(VENDORNAME).dll
if exist $(VENDORNAME).exp del $(VENDORNAME).exp
if exist lmgr10.dll del lmgr10.dll
if exist lmgr10.exp del lmgr10.exp
if exist lmgr10.lib del lmgr10.lib
if exist ltclient.* del ltclient.*
if exist *.bin del *.bin
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).h del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).h
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).res del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).res
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).rc del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).rc
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).h del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).h
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).res del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).res
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).rc del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).rc

veryclean: clean
if exist lmhostid.exe del lmhostid.exe
if exist lmver.exe del lmver.exe
if exist lmcksum.exe del lmcksum.exe
if exist lmdown.exe del lmdown.exe
if exist lmremove.exe del lmremove.exe
if exist lmreread.exe del lmreread.exe
if exist lmswitchr.exe del lmswitchr.exe
if exist lmstat.exe del lmstat.exe
if exist lmborrow.exe del lmborrow.exe
if exist lmdiag.exe del lmdiag.exe
if exist lminstall.exe del lminstall.exe

kitclean:
if exist lmcode.c del lmcode.c
if exist lmcode.obj del lmcode.obj
if exist lmcrypt.obj del lmcrypt.obj
if exist lm_new.c del lm_new.c
if exist lm_new.obj del lm_new.obj
if exist lmnewgen.exe del lmnewgen.exe
if exist lsvendor.obj del lsvendor.obj
if exist lmhostid.exe del lmhostid.exe
if exist lmver.exe del lmver.exe
if exist lmcksum.exe del lmcksum.exe
if exist lmdown.exe del lmdown.exe
if exist lmhostid.exe del lmhostid.exe
if exist lminstall.exe del lminstall.exe
if exist lmremove.exe del lmremove.exe
if exist lmreread.exe del lmreread.exe
if exist lmswitchr.exe del lmswitchr.exe
if exist lmstat.exe del lmstat.exe
if exist lmdiag.exe del lmdiag.exe
if exist lmver.exe del lmver.exe
if exist lmflex.exe del lmflex.exe
if exist lmsimple.exe del lmsimple.exe
if exist lmgr10.dll del lmgr10.dll
if exist lmgr10.exp del lmgr10.exp
if exist lmgr10.lib del lmgr10.lib
if exist *.bin del *.bin
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).h del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).h
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).res del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).res
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).rc del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE).rc
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).h del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).h
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).res del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).res
if exist $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).rc del $(EVENTLOGMESSAGEFILE2).rc


lmcrypt.obj: $(SRCDIR)\lmcrypt.c $(SRCDIR)\lm_code.h $(SRCDIR)\lmclient.h
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\lmcrypt.c
if exist lmcrypt.exe del lmcrypt.exe

utils: lmhostid.exe lmver.exe lmdown.exe lmremove.exe lmreread.exe lmswitchr.exe lmstat.exe lmdiag.exe lminstall.exe lmborrow.exe lmpath.exe

lmhostid.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmhostid.exe

lmver.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmver.exe

lmdown.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmdown.exe

lmremove.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmremove.exe

lmswitchr.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmswitchr.exe

lmreread.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmreread.exe

lmstat.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmstat.exe

lmborrow.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmborrow.exe

lmpath.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmpath.exe

lmdiag.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmdiag.exe

lminstall.exe: lmutil.exe
copy lmutil.exe lminstall.exe

copy lmutil.exe lmhostid.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmver.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmdown.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmremove.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmreread.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmswitchr.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmstat.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmborrow.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmdiag.exe
copy lmutil.exe lminstall.exe
copy lmutil.exe lmpath.exe




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Old 09-16-2018, 21:06
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Old 09-17-2018, 02:43
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Old 09-17-2018, 22:52
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Hi Fox,
I looked at the doc's you sent me, but I had already followed these instructions.
Nevertheless I get the LINK : fatal error "LNK1181: cannot open input file 'vendor_hostid.obj' NMAKE : fatal error U1077: '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\BIN\LINK.EXE"' : return code '0x49d'.
Th reason being is that the compiler does not create the vendor_hostid.obj file from vendor_hostid.c, and I cannot figure out why.

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Old 09-19-2018, 14:51
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Does anybody have some advise on this issue

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you add the "vendor_hostid.c" to make-file?
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Old 09-20-2018, 04:41
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yes I did this, see below

vendor_hostid.obj: $(SRCDIR)\vendor_hostid.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -I../h $(SRCDIR)\vendor_hostid.c

but for some reason the compiler does not create vendor_hostid.obj
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see ch.8 pdf-file

add before $(DAEMON) section:

vendor_hostid.obj : ..\machind\vendor_hostid.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(INCS) /c ..\machind\vendor_hostid.c

add to $(DAEMON) section:

$(DAEMON): $(XTRAOBJS) $(DAEMONLIBS) vendor_hostid.obj $(SRCDIR)/lsserver.h \
lm_new.obj vendor_str.obj
$(LD) /subsystem:console /out:$(DAEMON) lsvendor.obj vendor_hostid.obj lm_new.obj \
$(XTRAOBJS) $(DAEMONLIBS) $(XTRALIB1) libcmt.lib

add to $(LMNEW_OBJ) section:

$(LMNEW_OBJ): $(SRCDIR)\lsvendor.c $(SRCDIR)\lm_code.h
lmrand1 -i $(SRCDIR)\lsvendor.c
$(CC) /c $(LMNEW_CFLAGS) -I../h lmcode.c
$(LD) /subsystem:CONSOLE lmnewgen$(MDNAME).obj lmcode.obj\
lmgr$(MDNAME).lib libcrvs$(MDNAME).lib libsb$(MDNAME).lib $(XTRALIB1) $(CRT_LIB) /out:lmnewgen.exe
if exist lm_new.c del lm_new.c
lmnewgen.exe $(VENDORNAME) -o lm_new.c
$(CC) $(LMNEW_CFLAGS) /Fo$(LMNEW_OBJ) lm_new.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) vendor_hostid.c

add to all next executable like:

makekey.exe: $(SRCDIR)\makekey.c $(SRCDIR)\lm_code.h lm_new.obj \
$(SRCDIR)\lmclient.h $(STATIC_CLIENTLIB)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(SRCDIR)\makekey.c
$(LD) /out:makekey.exe makekey.obj vendor_hostid.obj $(STATIC_CLIENTLIB) $(XTRALIB)
if exist makekey.obj del makekey.obj
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Old 09-30-2018, 22:49
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adding vendor_hostid.obj : ..\machind\vendor_hostid.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(INCS) /c ..\machind\vendor_hostid.c

before $(DAEMON) section: gives me a makefile(109) : fatal error U1033: syntax error : 'vendor_hostid.obj' unexpected

adding vendor_hostid.obj : ..\machind\vendor_hostid.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(INCS) /c ..\machind\vendor_hostid.c

after $(DAEMON) section: gives me a fatal error U1034: syntax error : separator missing.

changing vendor_hostid.obj : .. to vendor_hostid.obj: .. gives the same syntax error

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strange, v7.x, v8.x and v9.x is work for me
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Just add this to your crypter and call it after lc_init,
e.g declare_vid(lm_job, "NSAD_HOSTID", HOSTID_VENDOR+1);

Works for me since v6 at least :-)

void declare_vid(LM_HANDLE_PTR lm_job, char *name, DWORD type)
{
LM_VENDOR_HOSTID h;

memset(&h, 0, sizeof (h));
h.label = name;
h.hostid_num = type;
h.case_sensitive = 0;
h.get_vendor_id = NULL;
if (lc_set_attr(lm_job, LM_A_VENDOR_ID_DECLARE, (LM_A_VAL_TYPE) &h))
lc_perror(lm_job, "LM_A_VENDOR_ID_DECLARE FAILED");

}
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my apology for my ignorance, because I am not a "C" programmer;

Do you mean that I need to add:
void declare_vid(lm_job, "NSAD_HOSTID", HOSTID_VENDOR+1); to the file "lmcrypt.c" ?
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You should paste that code before main(), then add right after lc_init call this:

declare_vid(job, "YOUR_VID_NAME", YOUR_VID_TYPE);

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