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    lol want to really know??
    this is all there is to it, follow instructions and thats it, License is up in 360 days or when its released

    **PLEASE Do not reply as this email is being sent to you from an un-monitored account.

    EMAIL NOTIFICATION FOR RC1 DOWNLOAD CUSTOMERS

    Microsoft® Windows® .NET Server Release Candidate 1 is now ready for download! Please read this email carefully and keep a copy so that you will not lose valuable information you need for participating in the Windows .NET Server Customer Preview Program.

    As a participant in the Windows .NET Server Customer Preview Program, you are entitled to a copy of the Windows .NET Server Release Candidate 1 (RC1). The registration information that you provide at http://cppr************.com/dl will be used to notify you by email when RC2 will be available for download.

    DOWNLOADING RC1

    INSTALLING RC1 AFTER THE DOWNLOAD

    If you proceed with this Internet download option, please note that you will need to either burn a CD or use third party software to extract the Windows .NET Server setup files. The Internet download is an .ISO file, an "image" of the product CD. It is not a self-installing executable like many Internet-downloadable programs. You will need a CD Burner and CD Burn software or a third party utility to extract files from an .ISO image. More details and instructions will be available on the web site prior to your download.

    Windows .NET Server RC1 requires a product key for installation of the product. This key can only be used with Windows .NET Server pre-release builds. You can obtain your personal product key from https://************.microsoft.com/keys/default.asp. This is the same product key that was used for prior builds of .NET Server. You are allowed to install this beta software on as many machines as permitted by your license agreement.
    Windows .NET Server RC1 includes product activation. You will be required to activate the product within 14 days of installation.
    Windows .NET Server RC1 is a time limited release and will expire 360 days after initial installation is complete.
    Windows .NET Server RC1 is not recommended for production systems unless you are explicitly working with Microsoft on deployment programs.
    Due to the nature of pre-release software, some of your applications and hardware may not function correctly.
    To download Windows .NET Server RC1 please ensure that you are using a computer that is running Windows95 or later and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or greater.

    To download RC1 now, go to http://*************.com, and enter your Microsoft Passport ID and register for the site using your Username and password below. **IMPORTANT** If you are a hotmail user and are having problems signing into passport on http://************.microsoft.com, please open a new browser window and copy the URL into the browser window's address bar. You may be unable to sign into the website if you click the link to http://************.microsoft.com in your hotmail window.



    Username: WPC_1181377

    Password: ***************


    After completing the registration wizard you will be able to acquire a product key and download Windows .NET Server RC1 from the site. Please make sure you fully complete the registration wizard before attempting to acquire a product key or download. Instructions on how to acquire a product key and download Windows .NET Server RC1 will be found on http://windowsbeta.************.asp after you have successfully completed the registration wizard.



    If you experience any problems downloading Windows .NET Server RC1, please send e-mail to c************up@microsoft.com.



    INSTALLING RC1 AFTER THE DOWNLOAD

    If you proceed with this Internet download option, please note that you will need to either burn a CD or use third party software to extract the Windows .NET Server setup files. The Internet download is an .ISO file, an "image" of the product CD. It is not a self-installing executable like many Internet-downloadable programs. You will need a CD Burner and CD Burn software or a third party utility to extract files from an .ISO image. More details and instructions will be available on the Web site prior to your download.


    If you will be connected to the Internet when installing Windows .NET Server, please use the Dynamic Update option during setup. This will ensure that the very latest fixes can be delivered to your machine prior to running setup. If you are upgrading Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0, and do not use Dynamic Update, you may get an error about kernel mode audio drivers on some systems. You will need to uninstall and reinstall using Dynamic Update on these systems. This will enable Microsoft to test the Dynamic Update feature of Windows .NET Server.


    Please review the pre-release license agreements carefully during the installation of Windows .NET Server RC1. By installing this release, you agree to the terms and conditions of these license agreements. As a reminder, all licenses associated with the product will expire when the product becomes commercially available.



    Before installing this release you must print and fully read Read1st.txt. This document contains critical pre-installation and upgrade information important to your installation and is located at the root of the installation media.


    PRODUCT KEY
    During the installation process, you will be prompted to enter a product key. You can acquire your product key from https://windowsbeta.microsoft.com/****/default.asp after you have successfully completed the registration wizard.


    If you have never visited this site before you will be prompted to complete the registration wizard after signing in with your Passport ID. Please make sure you fully complete the registration wizard before attempting to acquire a product key or download.



    If you have visited this site before, sign in with your Passport ID and go to https://windowsbeta.microsoft.com/lo...*****/preview.




    CPP CD KIT OPTION

    If you choose to not download and want to switch to the CD mailkit, please place your order for the CD mailkit through http://www.microsoft.com/*********/preview.


    PRIVATE NEWSGROUP SUPPORT
    Support for RC1 is limited to a peer-to-peer support through a community of private newsgroups. You will have access to a community of private newsgroups where you can submit questions about the functionality of Windows .NET Server and share your experiences with other members of the Windows .NET Server Customer Preview Program.

    The following are the private news groups which support Windows .NET Server RC1:

    microsoft************.netserver.general
    microsoft.************.netserver.directoryservices
    microsoft.************.netserver.dns
    microsoft************.netserver.file_system
    microsoft************.netserver.networking
    microsoft.************.netserver.security
    microsoft.************.netserver.group_policy
    microsoft.************.netserver.terminalserver.cl ient
    microsoft.************.netserver.terminalserver.ap ps
    microsoft************.netserver.setup


    HOW TO ACCESS THE NEWSGROUPS

    Instructions on accessing the news groups:

    Newsgroup Reader (Outlook Express)

    1. Tools
    2. Accounts
    3. Add (button in upper right of box)
    4. In drop down select “news”
    5. Type the name you want everyone to see you as
    6. Type the email address you wish to use
    7. In the NNTP box type: ************.com, be sure to check the lower left box that reads “My news server requires me to log on”
    8. Account Name = ************
    9. Password = ************
    10. Finish
    You will be prompted if you wish to download the new newsgroups. Click “Yes”. Then subscribe to all of the newsgroups you wish to view. If you are using a newsreader other than Outlook Express, follow the setup instructions for your newsreader. Use the NNTP server, username, and password provided above.
    Web Based Newsreader (Internet Explorer)
    Go to http://communities.************/logi...Puser&sLCID=us
    The password is: ************

    GETTING UPDATES
    To get more information via newsletter, and to receive priority notification when RC2 is available, please register at: http://cppregister.************
    If you have any more questions, please send e-mail to c************n@microsoft.com. Please note that this is not a technical support email alias.

    For more information, please visit www.microsoft.com/************/preview.

    Thank you very much for your interest in the Windows .NET Server Customer Preview Program.
    Last edited by Cgawd; 10-24-2002 at 02:52 PM.

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