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Norton security suite - see number of licenses used

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I know that I can install Norton Security Suite on up to 7 computers. Is there a way for me to tell how many I currently have it installed on (how many of my licenses I am using) without going through the effort of installing it on a new computer?  Thanks.

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You need to keep track of that sort of information. There's no way to check. You will be able to install NSS until your limit is reached. Once you reach that limit, you can deactivate a previous installation to free up a license if needed.



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To clarify a bit what L1ngus stated above:

 

You are permitted up to 7 installations of Norton Security Suite, when you attempt to add an 8th, you must remove one of the old ones.  The way it is set up, until such time as you try to add the 8th system, you will not be able to remove nor see any of the previous installs.  Once you are presented with the opton to remove one and do so, you will be able to install on a new system. 

 

This is not the same as he retail version on Norton since NSS does not use a Norton Account to control the licensing - but rather that Comcst controls it.

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