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New Computer And 14 Day Trial And Install Nav 2007?


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#1 georgia

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Posted 17 June 2007 - 09:16 PM

I am wondering, I bought a 3 licence NAV 2007 as we have 2 computers that run out imminently and we just bought our daughter a new notebook.

The notebook she can have for 14 days trial to see if there are any issues that she does not like.

I am no Techie and wonder about whether I should install her NAV 2007 and I think that I have to register it to get updates and then if she returns it what happens to this version that we register.

Since my retirement, I am not with the techie at the office who used to advise on this. And I don't want to lose out on a license for her notebook if she is dissatisfied.

I guess the key is, does NAV require Registration to get updates, and my hazy memory of years past seem to make me think it needs registration and then as I mentioned if she returns the notebook b/c she does not like it; I will be up the creek with an empty pocket???

I would appreciate experienced members comments.
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#2 SpySentinel

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 08:41 AM

Hi georgia, welcome to BleepingComputer

NAV 2007 is a good Internet Security Program. When you first buy it you get a license for up to three computers to install on. It is automatically registered to get updates until the license runs out in a year.


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#3 jwinathome

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 08:53 AM

To answer your question....yes, you can deactivate, and reactivate their licenses...or just move them, and yes, you need to be registered to receive updates. A full manual on how these options are done can be found -->here.<--

Edited by jwinathome, 20 June 2007 - 08:54 AM.


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Posted 20 June 2007 - 09:35 AM

Spysentinel, good list! :thumbsup:




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