We had problems with the license code file. It turned out that when the
attachment was download either off MSU Webmail or Thunderbird it became
corrupt. Downloading via Outlook worked fine.
Support from SSS was excellent, and were glad to make note of the fix I
found since they had not encountered the problem w/ Thunderbird yet.
As far as NOD32 itself, I love it. It is more thorough than SAVCE,
smaller memory footprint and easier to manage (IMHO).
Arthur H. Shank II (Chip) wrote:
> What is everyones opinion on NOD vs. NAVce ?????
> I think NOD has a smaller footprint ... which is obviously better.... but,
> outside of that.... what do you think?
> One comment: I was frustrated with the NOD people... I got a copy of NOD32
> with a POWEREDGE Server... but, was unable to get the 'activation code' by
> contacting the NOD people... finally gave up.... and installed NAV...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: MSU Network Administrators Group [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
> Behalf Of Margaret Wilson
> Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2006 10:39 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [MSUNAG] NOD32 Anti-virus Webinar April 27 1:30PM
> I just went to this site, and a single license renewal is $27.50. A new
> one is $39.00. Am I missing the obvious? I don't see anything about
> $12.50..... Are we still talking about the managed version? No reduced
> prices for individual home machines? I'd *really* love it if we could
> buy this at a reduced rate for home machines. :-)
> Thanks and Regards,
> Ron Rivard wrote:
>> Thanks to suggestions from members of the Network Administrators Group we
>> now carry NOD32 anti-virus software through the MSU Computer Store. You
>> place an order at ctore.msu.edu for $12.50 per seat. For more information
>> on NOD32 go to: http://softwaresecuritysolutions.com
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