To start installing, you'll need:-
- Internet connection.
- Email that contains the latest supported installer package.
- Check my Windows running 32-bit or 64-bit (only for Windows users)
1. Internet connection
These are two reasons why it may be necessary to connect to the internet when performing the self-installation.
- The installer program needs to check that you have a valid license for this software.
- The installer program may want to fetch and install the latest security updates.
2. Email that contains the latest supported installer package
Now, when the internet is connected, you are ready to begin with the self-provisioning (self-installation) of any ArmourZero protection service to your computer.
You must be receiving an email from ArmourZero (firstname.lastname@example.org) to your work email.
If you are not seeing the email most likely the email has fallen into your spam inbox. Check your spam folder. If the email is still not there, inform your IT department.
- Always keep in mind this installation package is intended to be used within your company and only for your computer. Do not circulate or forward emails you received to an unknown computer.
- If you received more than one email from email@example.com, this simply means your company has purchased multiple protection services and the installer package for each service has been sent in separate emails.
This email contains three important pieces of information for your self-provisioning (self-installation) process.
- Installation package (require a download to your computer)
- Installation step-by-step guide
Here’s how to find the two important details in your email:-
Step 1 – Go to your work mailbox
Step 2 – Open the “ArmourZero | Download” email
Step 3 - Copy the license key
Step 4 - Click on your computer type to begin the download
Step 5 - Open the downloaded file and follow each step prompt on your screen carefully, and if you get stuck at any time, review the guide following your operating system (Os):-
3. Check my computer version to see if I’m running 32-bit or 64-bit
To check your Windows Os version, read this guide.