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    Super Moderator/ CTHS Supportor BigOutdoors's Avatar
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    hunting illeagal

    I guess that would be me,with out knowing it.got a call from Donna Kinney from DEEP,saying that my state and private land deer permits were invalid.because my card was never charged.some how when I used a search engine to get the web site it linked me to a test site that they had.it took my log in info,card and gave me a receipt,and license.from what she told me the reason why the found out is that someone was trying to register a deer that they got and couldn't do it,so they started checking all licenses .she was very pleasant on the phone and emailed me the correct link,she also told me that there was no way I would have known unless I was checked by a conservation officer,,i very glad she called,saved me a whole lot of trouble

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    That's a little scary, did your license print out saying you had the permits?

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    Yes it did,I would have never known untill I checked in a deer or been checked by a couple.ill post the bad license and good one later

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    You probably were not charged either, correct?

    That is the problem with software testing. We need a test environment to play, but you still need to run tests on the actual system. The playground for testing works and acts just like a normal system.
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    Its pretty easy to navigate the ct.gov/deep website to get your permits. I wouldn't ever google it.

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    yes it is very easy to navigate,i google it to get to the deep site


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