DVD images of the Vista Enterprise media are available in the Microsoft
Campus Agreement file share:
Download, burn, install. You should be able to do an in-place upgrade
(at least in theory).
Please keep in mind that Campus Agreement media is intended for use on
institutionally-owned systems. For personal computers, you need to
obtain "work-at-home" media from the Microcomputer Depot. Also note
that only machines that are used exclusively for business purposes are
eligible for work-at-home media installation. Ironic, is it not?
According to Microsoft, you can clown around all you want doing
"personal" stuff on institutionally-owned systems, but not on systems
that you own. I find it impossible to take most EULAs very seriously.
Larry Kost wrote:
> I just got a new laptop which came with Vista Home. How do I upgrade
> to our Enterprise version of Vista? If I just act like I was
> installing a new copy of Vista, will upgrade be an option?
> Larry Kost