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Guest Trying1

Using the terminal, how do I move a license from Computer-1 to Computer-2?

I've received a trial license for "ESET Endpoint Antivirus for Linux", which I'm using to test ESET on desktop Linux.

I can activate a license using "sudo /opt/eset/eea/sbin/lic --key=<License Key>".

But "sudo /opt/eset/eea/sbin/lic --help" does not list any options to deactivate or move a license.

My readings indicate that "ESET PROTECT" might provide a means of moving a license (plus a configuration GUI).
Unfortunately, my attempts at installing "ESET PROTECT" for Linux have failed (many manual steps -- error prone).

So using the terminal, how do I move a license from Computer-1 to Computer-2?

If its not possible with a terminal, is there any other means besides using "ESET PROTECT" for Linux?

Any help appreciated.
Thank you.

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Guest Trying1

Hello Marcos,
Thank you for your response.

Just so I'm clear in my understanding, you're saying that a simple "sudo apt remove eea" on computer-1 is sufficient to recover the license for re-use on computer-2?

Again, thank you for the help.

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