I bought an EA with protected by the Guardian. EA can be run properly. Then I bought another EA is also protected by the Guardian. EA can function normally but the first EA can not function. I ask the owner of EA and they only say two Guardian can not work on a single VPS. This had never been described before and never explained that the Guardian can cause problems. I sent an email to www.fx1.net that produce Guardian. Many times I send emails but never got a reply. There is an unfair here because once we buy the EA with Guardian protection, means we must rent a new VPS again -- because the two Guardian with different version can not work on the same VPS. This is very very unfair because there was no warning or prior notice. Currently I have purchased three EA and only one EA that can run on my VPS. I assume this is a problem that is hidden and not publicized that the Guardian can cause problems. Where should I look for solution? Is there an official who can receive complaints like this and find ways to solve the problem?
FX1 try to help me to resolve the problem. But the problem can not be resolved. EA's first use of the Guardian, and my other EA using the Guardian Pro. I think because of different versions, two of my Guardian fighting each other .... The moral message is ... if you want to buy EA ..... You must ask them about their Guardian .... or we buy a beer to celebrate the new year ....
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