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tom2010

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Hi!

Yesterday I bought the new Kerio Connect 7 with McAfee AntiVir support. But I can't start the AV engine. I get this error in the logfiles:

ContentManFacade.cpp: Engine avir_mcafee failed to start: License not present or expired

My System:
7.0.0. build 1067
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS

The License File contains:
Subscription-Expires: 09 Feb 2011
Features: McAfee


Any suggestions?
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ccjwells

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I can't help you with this problem specifically, but you may be best served by filing a support ticket at support.kerio.com
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tom2010

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Thanks! Laughing
I did it an it was an problem of the License File.
After bugfixing by kerio I recreated the License File and it worked!
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