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Checking My Licenses with Comcast and Nortons

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Checking My Licenses with Comcast and Nortons

I have multiple computers in the home and want to deactivate two of the licenses; how is that dome?

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If you are referring to installations of Comcast's Norton Security Suite, you can only deactivate a previous installation if you exceed the allowed number of NSS installs (which is 7, I think). If that happens a screen will appear during the install process which will allow you to deactivate one of the previous installs.

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If you are referring to installations of Comcast's Norton Security Suite, you can only deactivate a previous installation if you exceed the allowed number of NSS installs (which is 7, I think). If that happens a screen will appear during the install process which will allow you to deactivate one of the previous installs.

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How can I view all the Norton licenses on my account?

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Hi glenn94568,

 

Unless you have retail Norton products you cannot until such time as you exceed 7 systems  that have Comcast NSS installed.  If youhave retail products, you can look in www.nortonaccount.com however you do not have a Norton Account with Comast NSS as Comcast controls your account.

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