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Howdy,

Just wondering if anyone has worked their way through the licensing aspects of having disaster recovery systems turned off, but ready to fire up in case of a system or site failure?

On the technical side:  How do you activate the system to get the latest updates, then disable it until it is either needed or annual testing?

Where is the current eula aspects on licenses that are not being used?  The idea here is the customer does not want to buy twice as many licenses for hardware that is on shelves off site until needed.


--ron
Ronald McCarty
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Your Net Guard LLC
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