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Switching OS (Win to Linux)


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I currently have a multi-device licence with 9.0.349 installed on 5x Win7 PRO PCs and 3.2.4 on 4xAndroid devices. I plan to blow away WIN7 on one of the PCs and install Linux (probably Ubuntu) in its place.

 

 

Will I have to uninstall the Windows version of ESET before I blow away WIN7 on the PC and will the latest Linux expect the Version 9 licence details or the details that applied to the earlier versions?   

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Will I have to uninstall the Windows version of ESET before I blow away WIN7

 

Technically it does of course not matter, because you set up the whole OS, but I think I know what you're asking: Whether this is a license issue. And AFAIK it is not. Even a dual-boot version would be okay - the only thing you must not do is running too much (= more than included in your license) versions of ESS simultaneously.

That said it obviously does not hurt to uninstall the Windows versions before.

 

will the latest Linux expect the Version 9 licence details or the details that applied to the earlier versions?   

It does only accept the old license details (username/password), because the Linux version is quite old.

Also note that there is no ESS for Linux, but only NOD32.

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