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Kaspersky Password Manager. I can not enjoy the 92 days of testing.


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Good afternoon, two days ago I downloaded KTS Beta and it works perfectly. But when downloading Kaspersky Password Manager, it tells me that the beta version has expired. I do not understand why it tells me it's expired and I can not enjoy the 92 days off if I just registered for a new account. On the other hand KTS Beta if you leave me the 92 days free trial. I contacted Kaspersky technical support and its response has been that, since it is a beta version, it is out of Kaspersky's technical support coverage. Can anybody help me? Thank you. (I'm sorry for my English)
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Hello Quesito, Welcome! Your English is great! Do not worry! KPM, is a module within the primary KTS product, however, it can also be installed as a standalone product. As such, the product trial date period that applies to KTS is not available for KPM.... Unfortunately. & even worse for folks who are testing or trialling Kaspersky software that is outside of the licenced products there is no Technical Support. In this case, TS would not have a solution, simply due to the fact KPM is essentially a single product (with it's own trial period) even tho it is also incorporated into Kaspersky's major product range. Best regards!
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Thank you very much FLOOD for your quick and clear answer. With your explanation now if I understand the problem that I had. Once again. Thank you.
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