Hi all; I have just begun to evaluate Comodo Personal Firewall after reading some very good reviews on it. Before I go much further, I need to know if there is any problem with using it on a number of our companies laptops? Do I to register numerous times and get different activation codes? If so, do I need to use different e-mail addresses, or can I get multiple activation codes using the same e-mail address.
Sorry for the questions if they have been previously answered. I just want everything to be on the up and up. If the firewall isn’t intended for business use, I understand. Just let me know.
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It’s ok to use it for small business use.
You can probably use the same code on all of them, but I think Comodo prefer if you download and use different for every computer, so they can keep track of how popular it is.
Since it’s free, I think that you should do that. It’s a small price to pay back to them.
You can probably use the same email, just try it out.
When you are done, enjoy a ■■■■… :■■■■
You can use the same email address for multiple codes for the same software (ie, CPF); I have done so w/o any problem (I uninstalled & hadn’t kept the download so I had to do it all over again). I’m pretty sure I’ve seen it stated in the forums that they’ll send a bunch on request (reference was to users in other countries that run small IT businesses, and need to activate the software on computers that don’t necessarily have internet access at the time). I think it was Melih that said it would be better to get individual keys than using the same one over and over. I did some searches thru the forum, but can’t find the posts where I read that (apparently I’m not using the right phrase on the search).
That’s been my experience as well, cx600; hope you enjoy it here. If you have a question, it should be addressed pretty quickly. Once it’s been answered, however, the thread may go off topic a bit, which throws some folks off… :o
Pls note, I didn’t say, “probably,” I said “may.” Makes me so mad when I’m misquoted. (:AGY) Just Kidding! ;D Although, perhaps I should’ve said, “certainly” or “undoubtedly.” (:TNG)
We’ve had a cold front come thru here, but I’m pretty sure ours is nothing like urs. It only went down 15 deg F (or so), to about 50 (F) and of course no snow. That’s what you get in North Central Texas! A few yrs ago I spent some time in Kirov, Russia, 600 miles NE of Moscow, in November. It was a nice change, to have several feet of snow, temps in 20s (F) or lower during the day… aaah, sweet. I wouldn’t want it all the time, tho, I think.