Thank you for the response. I managed to secure a legal copy of NT 4.0
client.. For anyone who really gets stuck on locating Office 2000, it is
my understanding that it can be legally installed under an XPlicense,
though the license is a little more expensive. The open license program
is MUCH cheaper than purchasing otherwise, under $60 per unit. The hit
shouldn't be too bad for multiple machines under the Microsoft MOLP.
Sigurd Andersen wrote:
> I had a similar need recently, to buy a copy
> of Office 2000 Professional just after Office XP
> was released.
> After a web search, primarily checking sites
> listed on Microsoft's web site as resellers
> (found - as vendors for Office 2000 Pro -
> * game software sites
> * resellers who did not have 2000 Pro listed
> * a range of prices for those that did list it )
> Best deal was on [egghead.com] - selling off
> the last of their copies of the OEM version of
> Office 2000 - under $400 while most places
> wanted $100 + more than that for a retail copy.
> Same KIND of thing may be available for an
> "out of date" copy of [NT 4.0 client].
> Sigurd Andersen
> [log in to unmask]
> At 09:17 PM 6/19/01 -0400, you wrote:
> >Who is told you that they are no longer available?
> >Nate Isham
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: School Information Technology Discussion
> >[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Jim Reid
> >Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 8:24 AM
> >To: [log in to unmask]
> >Subject: 4.0 Client
> >Wanted to buy: One unit NT 4.0 client, boxed or otherwise. No longer
> >available, I'm told.
> >Jim Reid
> >Technology Coordinator
> >Colchester School District
> >Laker Lane, P.O. Box 27
> >Colchester, Vermont 05446-0027
> >Phone: 802-651-9431
> >Fax: 802-864-0450
> >THE ONLY CONSTANT
> >IS CHANGE.
Colchester School District
Laker Lane, P.O. Box 27
Colchester, Vermont 05446-0027
THE ONLY CONSTANT