We've just discovered several bugs that prevented licensing policy working
properly (build 432 contains some fixes but not for all of them). We really
sorry for inconvenience.
Current workaround is:
1. Enter the new evaluation license published at
2. Close Visual Studio
3. Go to the folder, where ReSharper user settings are located, this might
"C:\Documents and Settings\\Application
"C:\Documents and Settings\]]>\Application
depending on the build you are using.
4. copy all the settings from file UserSettings.xml section
Configuration\SettingsComponent\string to the corresponding section in
5. Restart Visual Studio and develop with pleasure.
Sergey V. Coox
"Develop with pleasure!"