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From: lan...@itdc.edu (Derek R. Lanham)
Subject: Get a copy of NT 4.0?
Date: 1996/04/10
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I am a computer instructor and I would like to get a copy to the 4.0 beta
so that I can be close to ready to start teaching classes on the subject,
as soon as they actually release the final version.  Does any one have 
a suggestion an how I can get a copy.

thanks

--
Derek R. Lanham                                  E-Mail: lan...@itdc.edu 
Information Technology Development Corporation   1-800-752-5448 

From: Mike Brannigan MCSE <Mi...@shinobi.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Get a copy of NT 4.0?
Date: 1996/04/14
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Derek R. Lanham wrote:
> 
> I am a computer instructor and I would like to get a copy to the 4.0 beta
> so that I can be close to ready to start teaching classes on the subject,
> as soon as they actually release the final version.  Does any one have
> a suggestion an how I can get a copy.
> 
> thanks
> 
> --
> Derek R. Lanham                                  E-Mail: lan...@itdc.edu
> Information Technology Development Corporation   1-800-752-5448

Get your self a subscription to MSDN (Microsoft Developer 
Network Level 2 or higher.) will get you the  latest beta of NTW 
or NTW 4.0 (server if you go for level 3).
Check out http://ww.microsoft.com/msdn
for more info.

Regards
-- 

Mike Brannigan MCSE 
Systems Architect
SHINOBI Systems Ltd. (UK)

Mi...@shinobi.demon.co.uk
Mike_Br...@msn.com
10034...@compuserve.com

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From: Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
Subject: Re: Get a copy of NT 4.0?
Date: 1996/04/17
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>>>>>  Moses, with all his force, shouted:
>>>>> "All feel wholesome at the words of the wonderful Mike Brannigan MCSE!"

    Mike> Get your self a subscription to MSDN (Microsoft Developer
    Mike> Network Level 2 or higher.) will get you the latest beta of
    Mike> NTW or NTW 4.0 (server if you go for level 3).  Check out

The problem with this solution is that people who really don't need
the other stuff on those CDs (along with the 1 year subscription) pay
for it.  It may well be a good deal if you use most of the stuff, but
when quite a few betas have been given out (e.g. the Tour, however
this reason may still be left out) it is clearly ill-conceived to
shell out $500 bucks to obtain ONLY this (even "promo" copies are
cheaper, and I think the instructor's use is like a "promo" ;).
-- 
PC sellers are Bill collectors.
Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
http://www.rpi.edu/~veliaa
Finger for PGP Key

From: Trigger <rich...@oanet.com>
Subject: Re: Get a copy of NT 4.0?
Date: 1996/04/27
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But if your not willing to shell out for it, you must not need it that 
badly now do you?
The whole reason for pre-releases like this are for developers to be able 
to create applications which will be 
available at the Final release date of the OS

Andrew Veliath wrote:
> 
> >>>>>  Moses, with all his force, shouted:
> >>>>> "All feel wholesome at the words of the wonderful Mike Brannigan MCSE!"
> 
>     Mike> Get your self a subscription to MSDN (Microsoft Developer
>     Mike> Network Level 2 or higher.) will get you the latest beta of
>     Mike> NTW or NTW 4.0 (server if you go for level 3).  Check out
> 
> The problem with this solution is that people who really don't need
> the other stuff on those CDs (along with the 1 year subscription) pay
> for it.  It may well be a good deal if you use most of the stuff, but
> when quite a few betas have been given out (e.g. the Tour, however
> this reason may still be left out) it is clearly ill-conceived to
> shell out $500 bucks to obtain ONLY this (even "promo" copies are
> cheaper, and I think the instructor's use is like a "promo" ;).
> --
> PC sellers are Bill collectors.
> Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
> http://www.rpi.edu/~veliaa
> Finger for PGP Key

From: Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
Subject: Re: Get a copy of NT 4.0?
Date: 1996/04/29
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to: Trigger <rich...@oanet.com>
organization: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The United States of America
newsgroups: comp.os.ms-windows.pre-release


>>>>>  Donald Duck, with all his presence, shouted:
>>>>> "All kneel at the words of the omnipresent Trigger !"

    Trigger> But if your not willing to shell out for it, you must not
    Trigger> need it that badly now do you?  The whole reason for
    Trigger> pre-releases like this are for developers to be able to
    Trigger> create applications which will be available at the Final
    Trigger> release date of the OS

This is beside the point.  I've paid nearly $300 for VC++ 4.0, MASM
6.11, WinNT 3.51.  The point is I don't need a subscription and don't
want to shell out another $200 for it and a mess of other stuff which
I don't need.

    Mike> Get your self a subscription to MSDN (Microsoft Developer
    Mike> Network Level 2 or higher.) will get you the latest beta of
    Mike> NTW or NTW 4.0 (server if you go for level 3).  Check out
    >>  The problem with this solution is that people who really don't
    >> need the other stuff on those CDs (along with the 1 year
    >> subscription) pay for it.  It may well be a good deal if you
    >> use most of the stuff, but when quite a few betas have been
    >> given out (e.g. the Tour, however this reason may still be left
    >> out) it is clearly ill-conceived to shell out $500 bucks to
    >> obtain ONLY this (even "promo" copies are cheaper, and I think
    >> the instructor's use is like a "promo" ;).  -- PC sellers are
    >> Bill collectors.  Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
    >> http://www.rpi.edu/~veliaa Finger for PGP Key
-- 
PC sellers are Bill collectors.
Andrew Veliath <vel...@rpi.edu>
http://www.rpi.edu/~veliaa
Finger for PGP Key

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