This policy defines the rights a customer has to deploy Symantec’s business products in a cold site/disaster recovery environment and/or on cold disaster recovery equipment.
This document is a supplement to the Cold Site/Disaster Recovery Rights Policy. It defines the three disaster recovery rights’ categories and how Symantec’s business products are categorized.
This policy describes how customers can access versions of our business products that have reached their End of Life (“EOL”). It also describes the support services that Symantec typically provides during the End of Life process.
This policy describes End of Life (“EOL”) details for appliances. It also describes the support services that Symantec typically provides during the End of Life process.
Enterprise Support Services Handbook
This Handbook provides an overview of the Symantec Essential Support and Basic Maintenance offerings available from Symantec, including definitions of programs, processes and procedures. The Handbook is not contractually binding, but will help you learn more about how to leverage your Symantec Enterprise Support Services contract, and provides valuable information on how to access the support services available to you. A copy of the Handbook is located at https://mysupport.symantec.com
This policy describes the Support Services we provide to business customers for Software covered under active Support Agreements.
In order to help you resolve technical issues, Symantec may offer remote diagnostics and troubleshooting. Before implementing such remote access we will require your express consent to the service terms.
This policy outlines the process for adding funds or funds plus product to a site license contract.
The purpose of this document is to communicate Symantec's Enterprise Maintenance/Support Renewals Policy to our Channel Partners and Customers.
This policy outlines how Symantec makes a software version upgrade generally available to its customers who have a current support agreement in place for that business product.
This policy documents the requirements and process for allowing its customers to perform the same license transfers permitted in Enterprise Flex (Eflex) Standard deals (i.e. platform transfers, tier transfer, and cross-grades) on your install base (IB) licenses using your Eflex funds.