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I have Nod32 anti virus the renewal date is the back end of November, I want to purchase another license for a laptop..... obviously, buying  two separate programs would work out more than buying one for two machines.

 

What is the procedure, I'm after updating one and buy another, any advice appreciated. 

 

Just a 'quickie' while I'm here. Am I right in thinking I could transfer the license of the XP machine over to a Linux operating system?

 

Thanks,  Dave

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Hello Dave. I say just go ahead and get the second license as you cannot renew your existing one until 60 days before your license expires, or up to 60 days after.

 

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So in my opinion (in that case), keeping them separate makes sense.

 

As for as the XP to Linux issue-I believe it boils down to product cost. If the cost is the same I THINK that should not be an issue. You might want to call sales (in the US +1 (866) 343-3738-have your ESET issued username handy) just to verify.

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Don't make any sense at all now does it? I mean I can just let the license run out and reapply couldn't I rather than pay for two individual licenses as you seem to indicate.  As I see it either ESET want's my custom or they don't.

 

Secondly..... If my computer breaks down right, I re-insert the license on the new computer which happens to have  a Linux rather than XP pro say, no problem there right?    Sorry I shouldn't have asked that question, just answered it myself.

 

I've got onto customer service for clarification shortly after the original post, thanks anyway

 

Dave

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Whatever...all depends on what you want when and what's important to you.

 

It's your dime and PC.

 

Good luck.

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