Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by jayt, Nov 24, 2007.
Finally, Nod32 tells us when our subscription expires. A very useful feature. Thanks Eset.
Agreed it's about time
I am going to have to wait nearly three years to see that
It's not that bad. If you have a specific gripe you should state it rather than leave blank threats with the pocketbook (well, unless you have and you are frustrated).
Perhaps i'm being thick, but where do you find this info?
You so bad
I can't find it either.
It's been stated here that the license details will be displayed as soon as the database is filled with users' data.
Which database and with what data? Can someone inform a retard?
My guess is that they are creating a database with customer's personal information which includes expiration date.
And when it is released a great star will shine down from above to announce the joyous event for all men to behold. And the wise men will bring gifts and tidings.
Sounds about right.
Yes , that was announced before . V3 will not only connect to update servers but to another(s) which contain database with clients' data . If there is data available for the license , v3 will show it . If there isn't data , it will show nothing . They are currently supposed to be working on entering the data's (but there is much info to enter , you know 25+ millions clients)
Ah thanks. In the UK we call that about 2 CDs worth.....
This is it:
You might have to explain that to those fortunate enough not to be saddled with Alister, darling.
Is it safe to assume then , If there is no expiry date then I have no life
. . . . . . . or perhaps - life until eternity
I had it for a while and now it has disappeared. Does any one know if I can do anything to get it back?
Update: I did a re-install and the expiration date is back.
back license valid until
A thirteenth month!!
eternity license present of Christmas of the exclusive Eset for you
Lo and behold my expiration date appeared today!
I love it...I love it...I love it.
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