I never agreed to any EULA. The software link was given to me by NUVO without any terms or conditions attached or expressed in the message.
I actually hadn't even opened the zip or installed it myself (until now). You don't have to download it if you think there's anything questionable about it.
I don't believe there is, but then who am I?
Here is the text contained in the README.TXT file contained in the ZIP. I don't see anything here restricting distribution.
Just trying to be helpful and share whatever I find.
Concerto Configurator Installation ZIP
This ZIP archive contains the files necessary to install
the Concerto Configurator application from NuVo
Technologies. This application allows the user to
create configurations for the NuVo Concerto distributed
home audio system.
An application capable of extracting files from a ZIP
archive (WinZip, PKZip, WinRar, etc.)
Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
5 MB available disk space
(50 MB if Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 upgrade is needed)
800x600 256 Color video resolution minimum
400 MHz Celeron processor or better
(1.0 GHz recommended)
1. Save the "Concerto Configurator Install Email.zip" to
a folder on the hard drive.
2. Extract the files from the ZIP into the folder.
3. Start "Setup.exe"
Note: it may take a few moments for the installer to load.
4. Select OK to start installation. Note: if Microsoft
.NET Framework 1.1 is not installed, a link to the
Microsoft update site will be displayed. This process
will take a few minutes (depending on connection speed)
and may require a reboot.
5. Select Next> on each page. The default setting can be
used or you can change the settings as needed.
"Disk Cost.." allows you to view how much disk space is
required on each of your disk drives.
6. Click Close to finish the installation.
Administrator privileges are needed in order to install the
Microsoft .NET Framework upgrade. No special privileges are
needed to install or run the Configurator.