Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Mac

About the key

23 May 2023

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A key is a sequence of bits that you can apply to activate and then use the application in accordance with the terms of the End User License Agreement. Keys are generated by Kaspersky specialists.

You can add a key to the application using one of the following methods: by applying a key file or by entering an activation code. The key is displayed in the application interface as a unique alphanumeric sequence after you add it to the application.

The key may be blocked by Kaspersky in case the terms of the License Agreement have been violated. If the key has been blocked, you need to add another one if you want to use the application.

A key can be active or reserve.

An active key is a key that is currently used by the application. An active key can be added for a trial or commercial license or a subscription. The application cannot have more than one active key.

A reserve key is a key that entitles the user to use the application, but is not currently in use. The reserve key automatically becomes active when the license associated with the current active key expires. A reserve key can be added only if an active key has already been added.

A trial license key can be added as the active key. A key for the trial license cannot be added as the reserve key. A reserve key cannot be added when the trial license key is active.

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