Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing  
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DanSS1





PostPosted: Thu Oct 18 01:57:27 PDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing

Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More
specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing

http://www.hide-link.com/

Who said we even wanted stupid vista??!! YUK!

Windows Vista11  
 
 
Andre





PostPosted: Thu Oct 18 01:57:27 PDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing Businesses most often purchase machines in bulk from large OEMs like Dell
which often preload it with a Business SKU. The Windows Business Volume
License SKU is only an upgrade disk that upgrades the machine for compliance
with the Volume License Agreement and streamlines management of machines
within an organization. Employees who might work from home still qualify for
home use.

If you using SA for your licensing, you most likely qualify for the Vista
Enterprise upgrade.
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Andre
Blog: http://adacosta.spaces.live.com
My Vista Quickstart Guide:
http://adacosta.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!E8E5CC039D51E3DB!9709.entry


> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More
> specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing
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> http://news.softpedia.com/news/Windows-XP-Home-Edition-No-Longer-Qualifies-for-Windows-Vista-Upgrades-68655.shtml
>
> Who said we even wanted stupid vista??!! YUK!
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wheelman





PostPosted: Thu Oct 18 02:22:01 PDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing sounds like more dollars for ol uncle bill to me



> Businesses most often purchase machines in bulk from large OEMs like Dell
> which often preload it with a Business SKU. The Windows Business Volume
> License SKU is only an upgrade disk that upgrades the machine for compliance
> with the Volume License Agreement and streamlines management of machines
> within an organization. Employees who might work from home still qualify for
> home use.
>
> If you using SA for your licensing, you most likely qualify for the Vista
> Enterprise upgrade.
> --
> Andre
> Blog: http://adacosta.spaces.live.com
> My Vista Quickstart Guide:
> http://adacosta.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!E8E5CC039D51E3DB!9709.entry


> > Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More
> > specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing
> >
> > http://news.softpedia.com/news/Windows-XP-Home-Edition-No-Longer-Qualifies-for-Windows-Vista-Upgrades-68655.shtml
> >
> > Who said we even wanted stupid vista??!! YUK!
> >
> >
> >
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Frank





PostPosted: Thu Oct 18 10:19:52 PDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing

> sounds like more dollars for ol uncle bill to me

Sounds like you have no idea what they or you are talking about.
Frank
 
 
Jupiter





PostPosted: Thu Oct 18 16:23:26 PDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing It also has potential to save businesses a lot of $.
But then that does not suit your anti Microsoft agenda.

--
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
http://www3.telus.net/dandemar
http://www.dts-l.org




> sounds like more dollars for ol uncle bill to me

 
 
Taibear





PostPosted: Thu Oct 18 16:45:54 PDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing if there is an award for ignorance and arrogance..

boy you win the biggest prize of the millennia...




> It also has potential to save businesses a lot of $.
> But then that does not suit your anti Microsoft agenda.
>
> --
> Jupiter Jones [MVP]
> http://www3.telus.net/dandemar
> http://www.dts-l.org
>
>


>> sounds like more dollars for ol uncle bill to me
>


 
 
Frank





PostPosted: Thu Oct 18 17:13:30 PDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing
> if there is an award for ignorance and arrogance..
>
> boy you win the biggest prize of the millennia...
>
>


>
>>It also has potential to save businesses a lot of $.
>>But then that does not suit your anti Microsoft agenda.
>>
>>--
>>Jupiter Jones [MVP]
>>http://www3.telus.net/dandemar
>>http://www.dts-l.org
>>
>>


>>
>>>sounds like more dollars for ol uncle bill to me
>>
>
>
On no, you've had that one cornered and all to yourself forever.
Frank
 
 
Jupiter





PostPosted: Thu Oct 18 18:01:45 PDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> Windows XP Home No Longer Qualifies for Windows Vista Upgrades - More specifically for Business Upgrade or Upgrade + SA through Volume Licensing Perhaps you should study those programs before you assume there is no
benefit for anyone.
There is clearly benefit for some.
More of your need for insults when you have no facts.

Can you contribute to the subject of the post?
Or are you only capable of your attacks?

--
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
http://www3.telus.net/dandemar
http://www.dts-l.org




> if there is an award for ignorance and arrogance..
>
> boy you win the biggest prize of the millennia...