2 installations of windows on one PC. Do I need two copies on LNS?

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  1. flypast

    flypast Registered Member

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    Hi,
    I have two partitions on my PC, one for gaming and one for everything else.
    Do I need two seperate copies of LNS, one for each partition - or will I be able to install one registered copy on both partitions and still get updates?
    Anyone had any experience of this?
    Thanks in advance,
    FP

    PS - I notice that LNS shows up as unstealthed for UDP on the PC Flan stealth test...should I be worried.
     
  2. Blackcat

    Blackcat Registered Member

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    From the Help-file;
    In general, software licenses are/machine and not partition. So my interpretation of this is that only one LNS license should cover your machine but send an e-mail to support for confirmation.
    Have you tried loading up the Enhanced rules-set and then re-testing?

    I have always been "stealthed" on this site with LNS.

    Then again whether stealth is an important feature is another question :p

    PS. But results on PC Flank are not always reliable and looking at the results at a variety of test sites may be a better option.

    See here for example.
     
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  3. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    Hi,

    No, you don't need two separate copies of Look 'n' Stop.
    If you are under Windows2000/XP, the Look 'n' Stop code should be the same for both partitions, so your serial will work for both.
    If not, just contact us at lnssupport@soft4ever.com.

    About the UPD Stealth Test, sometimes it happens another machine (router, modem/router, server...) between your PC and the scanner answers to the scan. What is your network configuration ?

    Regards,

    Frederic
     
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