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Another consideration is that Immunet Protect Free is not licensed for the use of "for-profit" businesses or organizations. This info is included in the End User License Agreement (EULA).

If Immunet is to be used for your own home network setup (intranet) that's perfectly acceptable but, as Wookiee pointed out, AMP for Endpoints would definitely be the better way to go if you have a business server environment with multiple endpoints. There's even a version for large corporations that have more than one network called AMP for Networks!

If it's discovered that Immunet is being used in any for-profit environment then no assistance or support will be offered or forthcoming if problems arise.

Also Immunet doesn't come with any written batch install scripts so you would need to write your own scripts for a multiple deployment batch install or install Immunet manually on every machine which could be "very time consuming" if there are numerous endpoints to deal with. On the other hand, AMP can be simultaneously deployed on multiple machines easily.

We do have an exception for "non-profit" charitable organizations or institutions of higher learning that wish to use Immunet in a server environment however. The stipulation being that they are an established, verifiable non-profit entity. For all verified non-profit entities assistance and support will be available.

Cheers, Ritchie...

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