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Kudos0

Log-ins

Next weekend sees me uninstalling 360v2 and installing NIS2009.

Can I preserve my Log-ins or will it trash it and I've got to start over ?

thanks

Lets be careful out there !

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Kudos0

Re: Log-ins

I for one did not figure it out yet. I'm one of the people who want the last "old" build to be uninstalled completely so also the log ins. This to be sure there will be less bugs
"All that we are is the result of what we have thought"
Kudos0

Re: Log-ins

You mean your logins from the toolbar? You may be able to import them but your browser itself should remeber your logins. I always write down my logins in a safe book so I never llose them.
Real Time Protection = NIS 2009 + NATBehavior Analysis = ThreatfireOn Demand = MBAM
Kudos0

Re: Log-ins

I 100% agree. I always do a complete uninstall of any product before installing a newer version or anything else. I have yet to have any troubles with NIS. I also use Revo Uninstaller on everything in Advanced mode.
Real Time Protection = NIS 2009 + NATBehavior Analysis = ThreatfireOn Demand = MBAM
Kudos0

Re: Log-ins

I mean the log-ins next to the Identity Safe facility within the browsers Norton Toolbar (addon pack required).

I may have answered my own question though as after having posted I noticed that I could backup this teature to a user located .NPM file from within 360.

Hopefully I can restore that back into NIS2009 even though it was backup up in 360.

Lets be careful out there !
Kudos0

Re: Log-ins


Kremmen wrote:

I may have answered my own question though as after having posted I noticed that I could backup this teature to a user located .NPM file from within 360.


Correct. You can save your logins to a NPM file. Later you can import those logins to NIS 2009 using the restore option in Identity Safe settings. If you set a password when backing up your data, you'll need that password if you want to restore.

Kudos0

Re: Log-ins

Excellent - thanks, that'll save me some time.
Lets be careful out there !

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