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saiter
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Registered: ‎07-16-2012

Tech Bench CD for norton

Norton Antivirus and Norton 360 Tech Bench CD

 

I understand the product, however I am not clear on the licensing. If I load this on to 3 separate computers can I register this in 3 different individual names and email address? And to keep it legal can I make a backup of the Tech CD and give (1) to each or do I need to purchase the replacement media for each (if necessary)?

 

THANKS!

PapauZ
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Registered: ‎04-08-2008

Re: Tech Bench CD for norton AV & 360

Hi,

 

with the same 3-machine product key you can attach the productkey only to one Norton Account (aka one email address). If you have 3 indicidual 1-user product keys, than can you only activate the different licenses with different email addresses.

 

Let us know if you have other questions.


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Krusty13
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Registered: ‎05-31-2011

Re: Tech Bench CD for norton

Hi saiter,

 

Please see the reply to your other post here.

 

Dave.

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dickevans
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Registered: ‎04-08-2008

Re: Tech Bench CD for norton


saiter wrote:

Norton Antivirus and Norton 360 Tech Bench CD

 

I understand the product, however I am not clear on the licensing. If I load this on to 3 separate computers can I register this in 3 different individual names and email address? And to keep it legal can I make a backup of the Tech CD and give (1) to each or do I need to purchase the replacement media for each (if necessary)?

 

THANKS!


Hi,

I'm not familiar with the 'techbench CD' so I'm flying a bit blind.

Normally a 3-PC subscription is for three computers in the same 'family' there is only one MyNortonAccount and they all expire on the same date. That date being the date the first subscription is activated.

I doubt that making a copy of the three user subscription for each of them would be a good idea. If that CD allows for different users and different accounts then each will have a copy of their key and their software on the Norton server which they can access at any time. You might want to wait for someone more familiar with the product to respond before you take any action.

Keep us posted

Dick
Win7x64 SP1 current NIS V21