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I am trying to a WR to one of my client pc's. I have purchased the licence from within the pulseway web app. 

Where do I find the licence key / number ?


I all ready have one client installed so their is no option to select trial again......

Also their is no "Trial Site"  in the WR console to correspond to my in app WR purchase?



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Are there any limitations on the Webroot trial?

I'm testing the white-listing / black-listing feature and it seems to fail at the end-point...


Ignore above request.... just realised Webroot offers File Whitelisting / Blacklisting, not Application Whitelisting / Blacklisting.

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