You don't actually need to add these keys to ePO - as long as it was installed with a valid key - i.e. it's not in evaluation mode - then you should be fine.
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Yes ePO does not enforce the terms of the licence at this point, as far as I know, although of course this may change in the future.
The licence key used for ePO is linked to your account details held by McAfee, but ePO itself does not need you to enter details of your licences, and will not (for example) refuse to allow machines to connect if you go over the number of nodes that you are licenced for.
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Ok thanks you.
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