[rescue] modern rescue

Sridhar Ayengar 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?

Peace...  Sridhar

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