Tech net license



SniffinPopRocks
07-10-2005, 01:35 AM
Our 2 person office has a tech net plus subscription. I want to use this to
set up VM machines to simulate an AD domain and study for an OU Admin course
I have to take. My colleague, who's name is on the subscription, is worried
that the keys are only good for one use and doesn't want to get into
trouble. I thought these would be like VLKs and I can use as necessary. I
thought that was the whole purpose of TechNet? To learn the stuff so I can
administrate better. Who is correct? What would be the point if a key was
only good for one use? We've had this subscription for a few months and
haven't even cracked it open except to insert updates.

Mark L. Ferguson
07-10-2005, 01:36 AM
Read EULA.txt. The msdn subscription sysem usually allows 10 installs for testing purposes

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Mark L. Ferguson
FAQ for Windows Antispy http://www.geocities.com/marfer_mvp/FAQ_MSantispy.htm
"SniffinPopRocks" <sniffinSPAMMEpoprocks@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:ukNwe.44348$Zh2.19048@fe10.news.easynews.com...
> Our 2 person office has a tech net plus subscription. I want to use this to set up VM machines to simulate an AD domain and study
> for an OU Admin course I have to take. My colleague, who's name is on the subscription, is worried that the keys are only good for
> one use and doesn't want to get into trouble. I thought these would be like VLKs and I can use as necessary. I thought that was
> the whole purpose of TechNet? To learn the stuff so I can administrate better. Who is correct? What would be the point if a key
> was only good for one use? We've had this subscription for a few months and haven't even cracked it open except to insert updates.
>


Tech net license