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Windows server 2008r2 RC upgrade to full release possible?

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Will it be possible to upgrade an installation of windows server 2008 r2 RC 32bit i386 to the full release when it comes along?

We are planning a remote desktop server, and want to investigate the new features of remote desktop (term svcs as was)
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I dont think MS Supports an upgrade from RC to RTM. you would have to do clean install of the RTM version.. as per. .
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserversetup/thread/5c3c3180-622e-473b-9dd1-22b735015661 
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