New User License Questions

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by nrms, Jun 22, 2008.

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  1. nrms

    nrms Registered Member

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    Just bought a 2yr 3 computer licenses package of NOD32. I got sent a User Name & password which I entered in PC1 to replace the ones I got with the trial version.

    Do I do the same in PC2 & PC3 (I was expecting to receive three different codes for the different PC's)? And what about the license.lic text file that is mentioned in the manual - supposedly I should have received this along with the User Name & Password, but I didn't receive these lic files with the purchase confirmation email.

    No expiry date is showing on PC1. I understand this takes up to 48 hours to appear. Will the 2yrs be ADDED to my unused trial period (about 3.5 weeks)?

    Alos on a separate issue: Is there anyway to alter the template which stamps all my incoming & outgoing mail?

    Thanks
    NigelS
     
  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    If you have installed the trial version , you can enter your unique username/password for NOD32(EAV) in the update setup . This will transfer the trial into paid/licensed version.

    If you haven't installed any trial version of EAV , simply download the latest version from the www.eset.com/download (Home edition)


    No . You have 1 username (EAV-xxxxxxxx) valid to be used on 3 computers (for 2 years , as you say) . ESET servers can make difference on how many computers this one will be used



    .lic file is used only by business customers . It is used to license and manage ESET Remote Administrator Server/Console as well as the mirror - things only in the Business edition


    No. Your 2-year-license has become active from the day you purchased it .

    Yes . Open the user interface and press F5 to open the advanced setup tree . Navigate to the email settings and set them as you like them :thumb:
     

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  3. nrms

    nrms Registered Member

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    Thanks for your responses.

    Regarding the last question. I am aware of the ability you highlight, but what I actually want to do is change the descriptive text of the tag that is added to all my out-going mail.

    At the moment most (not all despite the setting of "Tag All Incoming Mail") is being tagged with:

    __________ Information from ESET NOD32 Antivirus, version of virus signature database 3207 (20080622) __________

    The message was checked by ESET NOD32 Antivirus.

    http://www.eset.com

    What I am asking is whether this actual message text can be altered.

    Thanks
    NigelS
     
  4. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    No , the text cannot be altered . It is either what you see or there is nothing added
     
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