From: Andrew Webber (awebber_at_wwwebbers.com)
Date: Mon Apr 24 2000 - 08:54:56 EDT
On Mon, 24 Apr 2000 08:48:00 -0400, James H. E. Maugham wrote:
Thanks for posting your hands-on experience!
>Andrew Webber [mailto:awebber_at_wwwebbers.com] wrote
>> I think the MSDN limit is 10 connections (based only on
>> reading the site, not on any actual knowledge :)
>Both the MSDN and HOTKIT CDs are limited to 10 stations.
>Another possible downside for some is that the software
>is Not For Release licensed and is _not_ upgradable.
>BTW, you get W2K Professional, W2K Server and W2K Advanced
>Server with the W2K Hotkit.
They've dropped Advanced Server from the W2K Hotkit as of 17/2/00
(release date of Win2K I think), according to the site. They do
specifically mention that people who bought earlier Hotkits get all
I believe NFR is "Not For Resale", not "Not For Release" (at least
as of 17/2/00). I used to get Corel software that way through
their Partners program. I guess it doesn't actually stop one from
selling it, but as you say there's no support, no upgrade, and if
caught theoretically no more Hotkits.
>I think you'll be happy with the kit if you take advantage of
>the training. Both the Scholars.com site as well as the
>training CD included with the kit were very helpful to me.
That's good to know!
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