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yeah i thought 40gbps is a little overkill lmao
@blackspirerider people posted links to how it is done earlier
@MrX00 not really sure why its illegal considering computers have the option to lan boot and for huge enterprises they suggest using a server, also i am trying to aviod using anything that requires school permission (i.e proff that your are a school to get the discount) simply because then the school claims that is owns the computer and tags it and makes this huge fuss when you try to change the computer or give it away, long story short trying to get any school wide discount usually means that the school district tries to screw around with you
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Originally Posted by BadAssClocker View Post
@MrX00 not really sure why its illegal considering computers have the option to lan boot and for huge enterprises they suggest using a server, also i am trying to aviod using anything that requires school permission (i.e proff that your are a school to get the discount) simply because then the school claims that is owns the computer and tags it and makes this huge fuss when you try to change the computer or give it away, long story short trying to get any school wide discount usually means that the school district tries to screw around with you
Because they have the proper license.
You can't just do that with a normal Windows 7 key.

Educational volume licensing is the only cost-efficient way to do this.
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