Already did that, but "Opalis Eval Product Licenses.docx" (contained in the "Opalis Integration Server 180 Day Eval Licenses.zip") contains keys only for Opalis Integration Server 6.2.2 and Integration Packs. Unfortunately there is nothing related to Quick Integration Kit.
Sure, I did, but Integration Server keys do not work for the kit. Fortunately i have found a workaround: QIK30.msi may be unpacked using administrative install:
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There will be no shortcuts in the Start menu, but at least documentation is available and kit wizards seems to be working.
I'm not sure if it's absolutely legal to install the kit in this way, so I'm still looking for someone to answer my original question.
- Edited by Charles Joy [MSFT]Moderator Monday, May 17, 2010 9:30 PM removed script due to content
Microsoft added the key to the license file now. you can find it in the file :
Opalis Quick Integration Kit License Key.txt