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Our company is using Eset file security 4 at the moment, that is activated with an offline license file (.lic). We want to move the antivirus and the license to the other server. Also, we want to use a newer version: Eset server security 8. As i suppose, we need to remove the efs 4 on the old server, install eset server security 8 on the new server and move the license to the new server.

Can these be done with the current license? Is Eset file security 4 license valid for Eset business security 8, or can it be converted/recreated somehow? If this is possible, can you provide an detailed instructions what do we need to do with step by step please?

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Upgrades to any newer version of the ESET software you purchased are for free.

All you need to do is install ESET Server Security for Linux v8 on the new server and activate it. e.g. using an offline license file if the server has no direct or indirect (through a proxy) Internet access.

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3 minutes ago, Marcos said:

Upgrades to any newer version of the ESET software you purchased are for free.

All you need to do is install ESET Server Security for Linux v8 on the new server and activate it. e.g. using an offline license file if the server has no direct or indirect (through a proxy) Internet access.

Thanks. Can we use an existing license file for activating v8? If not, can you provide an instruction how to generate offline license file for v8?

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No, legacy versions didn't support the activation system that the current ESET products employ.

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