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Is that means;

"If we (or our clients) don't buy a Software Maintenance (formerly Subscription) for Kerio Control for the new year, we can't use that features anymore written below on Kerio Control."

* Functionality Limitations on License Expiration, turned-off features:
•IPS, integrated and external anti-virus engines
•VPN Server, all tunnels, SSL-VPN Server
•Accounting gathering statistics
•HTTP Policy, FTP Policy, HTTP Proxy Server, Forbidden words
•Bandwidth Limiter is turned off
•"Require user authentication", NTLM authentication
•UPnP server, P2P Eliminator, Anti-spoofing, MAC Filter

[Updated on: Wed, 29 September 2010 18:34]


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No. Software Maintenance is (basically) the same thing we previously called Subscription. It the Software Maintenance expires, the product will be still fully functional, only it is not possible to install new versions.

Please see the following thread for details:

Richard Gabriel
Kerio Technologies

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