Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition

Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by SypherPB, Dec 31, 2004.

  1. SypherPB

    SypherPB n00b

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    Hi,
    I won a copy of Server 2003 at a recent event, but I have no use for it. It is marked as a Promotional Sample Not for Resale. I listed it on eBay, but it was quickly canceled by eBay. I was under the impression that NFR was for a store such as circuit city to know not to put it on the shelf. I obviously do not want to get involved with legal issues, but want to know what I can and can’t do with this software. I was hoping that if I could not sell it, I could trade it for something, say a video card or whatever. Is this allowed? Any help would be appreciated. :)
     
  2. SJConsultant

    SJConsultant 2[H]4U

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    NFR means Not For Retail sale, meaning you can't sell it. Trading for something else is still questionable since you would be placing a "value" on the trade.
     
  3. SypherPB

    SypherPB n00b

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    That is true, does anyone know of a phone number where I can contact Mircrosft and get a definate answer?
     
  4. SJConsultant

    SJConsultant 2[H]4U

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    Try one of these two:
    1 (800) 426-9400
    1 (800) RULegit