My ZA Internet Security has suddenly told me that I have fifteen days remaining on my "TRIAL" version! Then when I try to go through the round about way of fixing the problem, through clean install, as instructed by the Check Point crew, it gives me forward slashes to add to a zauninst executable file. Of course, that won't fly, as Windows unceremoniously informs me with a warning panel and a groan from my speakers. Since that's part of the fix, I can go no farther.
I have been fairly happy with my ZA suite for many years. However, if this can't be fixed, I will forced to move to another security solution. Has anyone else had this problem... and what is the corrective instruction for the forward shashes in the zauninst.exe instruction file from ZA, or do I even have to do that correction to fix this problem? The explicit instruction is to add a space, and then "/clean /rmlicense". Should I just ignore this and just to a regular clean install?
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite