Webroot - Re-Activating or Changing License Key
If you have purchased Webroot as part of a PC build, Webroot will be installed for you so you shouldn't need to go through this guide.
This guide is for customers that:
- Had the trial installed and now wish to convert to the full version
- Re-activating an expired license (a new key was issued)
To enter your keycode on your computer:
- From the desktop, open SecureAnywhere by double-clicking the Webroot icon in the system tray.
- Click My Account gear icon.
- In the Activate a new keycode field, enter your keycode.
- Click the Activate button.
Once saved, your endpoint is good to go!
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