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Norton Antivirus 2011 1user 3pc licensing

Hi Experts, i am not getting any info on this. I have a 1 user 3 pc Norton Antivirus 2011 retail version. We are at a primary school - we have 3 pc's that is used by 3 different people. may i install this norton on all 3 pc's even though different people use the pc's? is it legal?
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Reinert Wentzel
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younghvCommented:
Without question, you are permitted to install it on three different workstations.

You might also consider using Microsoft Security Essentials - which you could install for free on up to 10 different systems - and get equal or greater protection from malware.
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Reinert WentzelManaging MemberAuthor Commented:
and does it permit these three workstations to be used by 3 different staff members ? they each have there own notebooks
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younghvCommented:
The licenses are for the device - regardless of the number of user accounts.
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younghvCommented:
Further - if you were dual (or triple) booting with XP, Vista, and Windows 7 - you would still be legal. Even with multiple users and multiple OS's, the license is for the actual device.
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Reinert WentzelManaging MemberAuthor Commented:
Thx, your info was accurate and i also confirmed this with Norton by phoning 0117976666.
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