NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook too?

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I'm a little bugged by the current licensing schemes, although I do
understand the reasoning (I guess), having produced software for over 20
years.

But if I purchase NOD32 for my desktop, it seems a little silly to me to
have to pay for an additional license for my notebook.  I'm still only 1
"user"---even though there are are two machines being protected.

(......)----I haven't decided on the morals on this yet.

Do they protect against unlicensed 2nd copies?  I'm behind a NAT server.
BTW, I'm not convinced of this yet---it's very likely I'll just pay the 2nd
fee anyway, or maybe just run AVG or something "on demand" on the notebook,
but it all seems a little goofy that they should charge just for it to "sit"
on another machine that I use.

Thanks

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Ok, so maybe I'm not the man from Nantucket...



Re: NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook too?

Thomas G. Marshall wrote:
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Does it really make a difference, ethically, whether or not they have
built in protection to keep you from violating the EULA?

Re: NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook too?

On Fri, 21 Jul 2006 19:03:49 -0500, "newsgroups.comcast.net"

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Just install it on all of your PC's.

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