[rescue] modern rescue
ploopster at gmail.com
Mon Apr 5 09:08:39 CDT 2010
Lionel Peterson wrote:
>> how long is support for winflp supposed to last?
> In order to run WinFLP you have to have a valid Win2K COA or other valid
> license and a software assurance-type agreement. Also, since it is a
> WinXP-derived product, support should parallel WinXP. The idea for
> WinFLP is for older hardware to work on newer networks, support newer
> software. WinFLP isn't cheaper than WinXP, it is a smaller product.
> The real question is there to be a version of Win7 that can join
> domains?starter edition can not, as I understand it...
This thread piqued my interest, so I went looking for information. From
what I understand from my reading of the documentation, the base
requirements and recommended requirements for WinFLP are identical to
those for Windows XP. So what, if any, advantage does WinFLP provide?
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