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Vista Home Upgrade to Vista Business

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I wonder is there is anyway to upgrade from Vista Home to Vista Business - the aim is to join my company domain and use the corporate resources. I am using Dell XPS.

kindly let me know. Regards, Basil.
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You can use the Anytime upgrade to upgrade Vista Home to Vista Ultimate - which would let you join a domain.

There is no direct upgrade path from Vista Home to Vista Business - you would have to do a clean install.

See http://www.microsoft.com/uk/windows/products/windowsvista/buyorupgrade/windowsanytimeupgrade/default.mspx
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well, thank you for this. the license i have is for Vista Home or Vista Business NOT Ultimate!

is this OK?
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