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Norton on 2 pc's?

I purchased and installed a subscription renewal online. I installed it on my laptop, but your description said it was good for more than one pc. How do I now install it on my desktop, please? Help me if you are able as I have been a Symantec customer for years.Thank you. Lawrie Kowalski- Edmonton, Alberta , Canada.

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You can only get help from Norton corporation, Since u did it online that means u do not have a copy of the antivirus, they shoud send to u a copy. Nnote that once u install a program u can not MOVE or COPY it to another machine, u can only use it if its the machines are in a network thus they will share the antivirus.

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