Although I read some articles with the webroot community about transferring webroot to another, replacement computer, I just wanted to confirm if it still hold true.
I am in the process of selecting a replacement computer for my old one, and naturally want to continue to use webroot once the new one is bought / set up. What must I do? From what I read, all I have to do is uninstall webroot from the old computer, remember the webroot key code, and then install webroot on the new one.
It sounds simple. What confirmation / guidance is appreciated.
Thank you again!
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If you have set My Webroot Online Console, do exactly what Daniel said before.
Uninstall WSA from the old computer, log into your Webroot Account and delete this one from the list in "PC Security" panel, then install a fresh copy of WSA on the new computer (with your valid key code) and again log into your account to check if the new one appeared on the same list (it should appear there automatically in a short time after installation).
If you haven't set My Webroot Online Console so far, it's worth doing it just right now;)
The answer is to simply log back in, and take a look at each one again. Look at the date/time of the last scan for each one. The one with the OLDEST most recent scan would be the one to remove 🙂