Can you help me with my software licensing question?
If we are buying new or used Windows FPP (Retail), we make sure we keep the Media, EULA, Manual, and License. Microsoft had informed us that all of these materials were required for proper license compliance. However, what needs to be kept for an upgrade?
I ask because we are constantly adding new Win98 copies as Virtual Machines to our XP network (our old software requires it ... and yes, we're in the process of rewriting that software). It's becoming VERY difficult to find FPP Win98 SE, so we're considering just purchasing a bunch of Win 3.1 FPP (which are easier to find for some reason) and buying used Win98 SE Upgrades. Many of these upgrades just come with a disk and product key ... Microsoft won't tell us if this is sufficient for compliance since it's dealing with Win98, or if we need to find copies that come with the other material.
Any thoughts on What constitutes a "legal" or "in compliance" upgrade? Thanks.