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Kudos0

subscription status and user interface

Hello,

I just purchased a Mcbook pro(first MAC) and installed the latest NIS.  I am very familiar with NIS as I have the product installed on all my computers with Windows.  Two questions:

1) how do i find out the subscription status (no activation code was ever asked upon instsalling the product).  The product was purchased in a box at a M

2) As in Windows, is there  a way to turn on an interface where all the features are available with 1 click, as opposed to opening a different window for each (firwall, anti-virus, confidential etc...).

Thanks for you help.

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Kudos0

Re: subscription status and user interface

Hello,

I just purchased a Mcbook pro(first MAC) and installed the latest NIS.  I am very familiar with NIS as I have the product installed on all my computers with Windows.  Two questions:

1) how do i find out the subscription status (no activation code was ever asked upon instsalling the product).  The product was purchased in a box at a M

2) As in Windows, is there  a way to turn on an interface where all the features are available with 1 click, as opposed to opening a different window for each (firwall, anti-virus, confidential etc...).

Thanks for you help.

Kudos0

Re: subscription status and user interface

Welcome to Norton for Mac, and welcome to your first Mac!

1) No activation code is required for the Mac products, but you can find how much time is left on your subscriptionon the main window of the Norton AntiVirus application, or in the "About" window for the Norton Firewall and Norton Confidential applications.

2) No such feature exists at this time. We'll consider that for future products. Can you explain why you want such a feature?

Thanks,

Ryan

Ryan McGann Technical Director Norton Business Unit, Symantec
Kudos0

Re: subscription status and user interface

Thanks.

As for #2, I think its very convenient to lauch any program from one window, hence the reason for calling it a suite.  If you are not familiar with this, the windows NIS v10 or the new one 11, have this.

Thanks again.

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