Eric, Mike meant FULL VERSION in terms of FULLY LICENSED COPY as opposed to UPGRADE LICENSED COPY.
Full boxed copy is $250
Upgrade boxed copy is $160
The license that ASAP sells is upgrade, that is, to move from XP/Vista to win7
The ASAP upgrade licensing does not (unless someone can show me im wrong, email in to Patrick) cover installation on a new machine.
That is, you cant use it to buy parts and build a new machine, nor to install on a mac.
In both cases above, assuming you did not previously own a $250 FULLY LICENSED copy of XP/V license to upgrade from.
Nor am I saying it wont actually work, I am just looking for feedback on the licensing aspects.
I am also not talking about using the VLA copy to REBUILD a machine that has a valid OEM COA.
I was recently told that the license is an upgrade, but the volume media is
a full installation. Correct me if I am wrong, but previous discussion here
indicated that this is what is necessary in order to deploy Win7 images?
As long as you are getting a full version rather than an upgrade, then you