What's the Licensing procedure for a dual boot configuration?

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  1. zcv

    zcv Registered Member

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    I already have NOD (with a License - renewed Jan. of this year) running on a XP installation.

    Got rid of NAV2005 on another XP - want to replace it with NOD.

    At NOD's site, looks like this would come under the family two License Pack, is that right? And if so, how do I go about getting the extra License under that arrangement?

    Regards - Charles
     
  2. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    Hi Charles, you would have to go back to the Reseller or Distributor from whom you purchased and ask them about merging the 2 licenses together.

    Hope this helps...

    Cheers :D
     
  3. zcv

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    Hi Blackspear, ok thanks.

    Regards - Charles
     
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    can't you use the same license? you are basically using the same computer, the same hardware...
     
  5. Blackspear

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    No, there are two computers being used
    and this requires two licenses.

    Cheers :D
     
  6. TheQuest

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    The Thread's name is Re: What's the Licensing procedure for a dual boot configuration?

    I thought a Dual Boot system was one or more bootable OS's on the same system. [The Same Computer]

    That's what I have always called a Dual Boot system, one with more than one bootable OS on the same HDD on on a different HDD on the Same Computer.

    Single Licensing is for A Computer, not per HDD.

    Take Care.
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  7. Blackspear

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    I am aware of the thread title, however when reading through the thread I replied to a question relating to the use of NOD32 on two computers, hence my answer stands.

    Cheers :D
     
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    Hi, Blackspear

    It just goes to show two people can read something and draw a different Questions from the same Question. :eek:

    With regards
    Take Care,
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  9. zcv

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    To clear up any misunderstanding, it is one computer with two XP installations running.

    I've come to the same conclusion as Quest has, the License is per computer, not per OS.

    I've decided to trial KAV 6.0 in the meantime. My preference is to have two AV's (these are the best) to cross check w/o the chance that they would conflict if one were run resident and the other on demand.

    Regards - Charles
     
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