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Vista Business v. Vista Enterprise


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I was wondering what is the difference between windows vista business and vista business enterprise.

Curious about licensing and stuff like that.

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Vista Enterprise:

Windows Vista Enterprise is designed to meet the needs of large global organizations and those with highly complex IT infrastructures. If your organization has these requirements, Windows Vista Enterprise will help you lower your IT costs and will provide additional layers of protection for your sensitive data.


I have Vista Business. I own my own company and I'm the only employee, so I certainly don't need the above OS.
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Are there any other comparisons like on how the licencing and all that works?

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Microsoft has created a licensing advisor for questions like yours: http://www.microsoft...la/default.aspx

An Enterprise license includes much more than the retail box (training, special admin tools, etc). Generally, 250 or more desktop systems are required.
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