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Home Premium vs Ultimate


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JourneyMan

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Will I be able to set up a network using the premium version or will that require the ultimate?

I currently have my personal computer hosting all my homes music and movies, and I would really like to keep that functionality.
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happyrock

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sorry...I posted in the wrong thread :whistling: I'm under the influence of the C-Nile virus... :blink:

Edited by happyrck, 25 January 2007 - 09:46 AM.

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Jacee

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Yes, scroll down on this link:
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http://www.microsoft...omepremium.mspx
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warriorscot

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Home premium as almost everything ultimate has its just missing some business features, things like bitlocker encryption, remote desktop(although i think you can get a limited version for home premium, you are missing some of the automated backup and more advanced networking but for a home network it has everything you need.

Differences in the editions can be seen on this page http://www.microsoft...ns/default.mspx .
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