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Issues running Windows 8 on a Small Business Server 2011 network?

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Are there any known issues with Windows 8 running on a Small Business Server 2011 Standard network?  Thanks.
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I need to purchase new computers for the company.  I need to decide if I am going to purchase Windows 8 or Windows 7.  Windows 8 is only a few months old.  Do I go with the latest or the one with years of patches.
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Hi,

I'm running Windows 8 for two months, it worked in our 2008R2 Domain without any problems until now.

Windows 8 is based on Windows 7 and Server 2011 on Server 2008R2, so you don't have to expect problems.
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That did it.  Thanks!
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