Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux

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12 December 2023

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Subscription for Kaspersky Endpoint Security is a purchase order for the application with specific settings (subscription expiry date, number of devices protected). You can order a subscription for Kaspersky Endpoint Security from your service provider (such as your internet service provider). You can renew or cancel your subscription. You can manage your subscription on the website of the service provider.

Subscription can be limited (for one year, for example) or unlimited (without an expiry date). To continue using the application after the limited subscription expires, you need to renew your subscription. Unlimited subscription is renewed automatically if the vendor's services have been prepaid on time.

Upon a limited subscription's expiry, you may be offered a grace period to renew the subscription. During this period the application retains its functionality. The service provider decides whether or not to grant a grace period and, if so, determines the duration of the grace period.

The set of options for managing your subscription may vary depending on your service provider. The service provider might not provide a grace period for renewing the subscription where the application retains its functionality.

To use Kaspersky Endpoint Security under a subscription, you need to use the activation code received from the service provider. After you apply the activation code, an active key corresponding to the license to use the application under subscription is added to the application. A reserve key can only be added when you use an activation code and cannot be added for a key file or subscription.

Activation codes purchased under subscription may not be used to activate previous versions of Kaspersky Endpoint Security.

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