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How to determine which of your devices are actively supported

So I have a 5 license Norton 360 account. If I log into the Norton website, under Device Security it shows 5 devices, and 1 more under History. My problem is based on the names of the systems shown, one of my systems has two licenses attached to it, one has a name I don't recognize and the system shown as Inactive in History is one that should be active (see screenshot). How do I figure out which license goes with which system ? Is there a way on the system I can see what Norton thinks the name of it is ?

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Norton 360 for Windows / Windows 10

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Re: How to determine which of your devices are actively supported

Go to https://my.norton.com/extspa/dashboard/Home

Here:-

You will see Device Security in this View Devices click here. Here will list of your Protcted Devices on which 5/5 licenses used.

Win 10 Pro version 22H2, |Certified Windows PC Trouble-shooter|
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Re: How to determine which of your devices are actively supported

What I am trying to figure out is how Norton differentiate between devices, basically how do I figure out which license goes with which system entry ? View Devices shows 6 entries, 2 have the same name, 1 name I don't recognize and the name in history I think should be active, so how do I know which is which. I figured it must be by MAC address or something, as it is the most unique identifier. I am trying not to have to start removing license and see what happens to figure this out.

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