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Topic # 25346 19-Aug-2008 10:53
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Hi,

Anyone here interested in an OEM copy of Windows Home Server?
I have had it installed on my server at home but never activated it.
I am about to take the server and mvoe it to the new shop and put SBS2003 on it so this WHS is no longer required.

$300 ono.




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  Reply # 179960 24-Nov-2008 17:07
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I still have this.

Any offers?

I was about to install it again when I received my update for the MS Action Pack and it is now included so no need for this anymore.




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  Reply # 179962 24-Nov-2008 17:11
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Just a word of advice

you may want to lower your asking price,

http://c1com.co.nz/shop/step1.php?number=13910

$220 new

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 179965 24-Nov-2008 17:19
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boby55: Just a word of advice

you may want to lower your asking price,

http://c1com.co.nz/shop/step1.php?number=13910

$220 new


Yea thanks for that. ($232.95 on that site by the way)
That's why I have now said "Offers" in my second post.
I did pay $300 for it originally including freight from Ingram Micro.




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  Reply # 183796 12-Dec-2008 23:11
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Where are you? If in Auckland, I'll give you $200 for it...



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  Reply # 183822 13-Dec-2008 08:18
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I'm in Whangarei.
I'll take $200 if you still want it.




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  Reply # 183837 13-Dec-2008 10:54
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OK - $200 including postage then? :-) Email me if you're keen.

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