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Reply # 36514 25-May-2006 00:21
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I am now running Vista Beta 2........

Speechless...... wow......release to market now......

Read my blog tomorrow for all the latest.

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Reply # 36517 25-May-2006 06:38
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chiefie: Anyone had any difficulty activating Office 2007 Beta 2? I just installed it, the installation took a while, and it's up and running but am unable to activate it though. keep saying "unable to find internet connection.... please try a few minutes later"

Server too busy to handle activation?
Please followup to http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=45&TopicId=7964. I have asked Nathan to look at this and he's checking what's going on.







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Reply # 36521 25-May-2006 07:55
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Cheers Mauricio, I had office installed late lastnight...

by the way, anyone know how many instance can one install with one Office 2007 beta setup/key? Do i need multiple keys for different test machines I want to try on?




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