|01 Sep 2009||#5|
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Actually the CHEAPEST way for multiple installs is to take out a Technet subscription.
You can get MULTIPLE KEYS for each product you download from technet - people say you can get up to 10 keys for each product. I've never reached that limit yet but you can certainly get extra keys for installing your product on a number of PC's
-- BUT READ THE EULA - these products from technet aren't meant to be used in a COMMERCIAL or PRODUCTIVE environment.
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