Hey everyone. I work on an iphone application that was designed for a large corporation (I'll call them Corp X) who is currently attempting to deploy phase 1 of the project. I have been telling their people to purchase the enterprise license since the start of the project (6 months ago), and they just got around to it... last thursday. Well, needless to say, the big event that we are deploying at on starts tomorrow and Apple is still in the "processing" stage. So, I'm in a bit of a hard place right now. We have been developing and testing the application all along on my single developer license and we have the benefit of never needing to push any updates or track the ipod/iphones of the users (part of the phase 1 requirements), so I could just load them all up on my license with provisioning profiles that I create and do it that way. It would be for about 150-200 devices. Would this work? I know the banned podcaster app did it this way for a while and I'd like to kind of do the same thing. Don't you have to change the code and recompile the app after 100 devices? I'm going to be honest and say that I am not really the coder, but I am tasked with the duty of being at the conference and manning the desk. I know my way around Xcode, however, so I can make minor changes and recompile. How would this work? I'd really appreciate any information. I know Corp X would be fine with buying 10 new single dev licenses if they had to, so I just want to know the best way I can make this work. Really appreciate any help. Thanks!