X64 Windows Server 2008 SP1 Build 735 General Public Download Link, Just FYI.

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    Guest Guest

    Guest, Dec 15, 2007
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  2. Hi FYI...er...Kev! ;)
     
    Colin Barnhorst, Dec 15, 2007
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    Guest Guest

    Where Have You Been? It's Been A While, Just FYI. I Have Not Seen You
    Posting In Vista General Lately, Just FYI. The Only Reason That I Popped
    Into This Newsgroup Was To Post The Public Download Link To The Windows
    Server 2008 Hyper-V Beta, But It Seems Like Charlie Russel Already Posted It
    Here, Just FYI. It's SP1 Build 735 You Know, Just FYI.
     
    Guest, Dec 15, 2007
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  4. I left the Vista General group because of the vitriol and insults from the
    herd of trolls that took over that group shortly after Vista went gold.
    They hijacked so many threads of posters asking for help that it became
    nearly impossible to just answer posters' questions. When a group gets that
    taken over by the trolls I just unsubscribe and go do something else.
     
    Colin Barnhorst, Dec 15, 2007
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    Guest Guest

    For A While, I Was One Of Those Trolls, I Was Angry At Microsoft That They
    Were Giving Me Access To All Sorts Of Windows Server 2008 Builds On MSDN And
    Tech Net Direct, But They Were Not Giving Me Access To Windows Vista Service
    Pack One, Just FYI. For A While I Was Actually Boycotting The Microsoft
    Windows Operating Systems, And Playing Around With Open Source Linux Ubuntu
    7.04 (I Even Ordered A Dell Inspiron 530 N Computer With Open Source Linux
    Ubuntu 7.04 OEM Pre Installed On It), Just FYI. Then When Open Source Linux
    Ubuntu 7.10 Came Out, I Ordered The Free CD's For It From Their Website,
    When They Arrived I Was Very Disappointed To See That They Had Sent Me Bad
    CD's, I Then Immediately Knew That Open Source Linux Ubuntu Is Still Not Yet
    Ready For Prime Time Computer Use, And I Immediately Returned To Playing
    Around With Windows Server 2008, Just FYI. Then Last Week I Spotted Windows
    Vista Service Pack One On MSDN And Tech Net Plus, I Immediately Began The
    Long Windows Update Process To Get It Installed On My 2 Computers, And
    Posted An Announcement About It, Not Realizing That I Was Supposed To Obey
    The Beta's NDA, Until It Was Publicly Available (Something Peter Foldes Told
    Me Right After Microsoft Started Deleting My Windows Vista Service Pack One
    Beta Discussions), Just FYI. Yesterday, I Found The X64 Windows Server 2008
    Release Candidate 1 Hyper-V Beta Download On MSDN And Tech Net Plus And
    Decided To Download And Install It To See If There Is Anything Different
    About This Beta Release From The Other Windows Server 2008 Beta Releases, To
    My Surprise, It's A Pre Release Candidate 2 Build Of Windows Server 2008
    (Build 735), Just FYI.
     
    Guest, Dec 15, 2007
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    Guest Guest

    P.S. For A While I Was Even Referring To Myself As Alias Number 2, (He's Our
    Regular Open Source Linux Poster In Vista General), Just FYI. He Was The One
    Who Talked Me Into Trying Out Open Source Linux, Just FYI.
     
    Guest, Dec 15, 2007
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  7. Guest

    Guest Guest

    P.P.S. I Posted So Many Junk Posts In Vista General, That I Can Now No
    Longer Post Here Using My Real Name, In My Message Headers, And in the Body
    Of The Message, Otherwise It Gets Censored By Microsoft, Just FYI.
     
    Guest, Dec 15, 2007
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    John Barnes Guest

    Welcome back, Colin. Long time since we heard from you.
     
    John Barnes, Dec 16, 2007
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  9. Thanks, John. Hope you have been well and happy.
     
    Colin Barnhorst, Dec 16, 2007
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    Tony Harding Guest

    Been there, done that, man. It's amazing how easily an unmoderated NG
    can be taken over by just a few determined trolls.
     
    Tony Harding, Dec 18, 2007
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