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Network and Classroom Management Thread, CC4 Upgrade - Summer 2010 in Technical; How many of you are upgrading to CC4 this summer? I guess RM are very busy this time. Please, let's ...
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    Arrow CC4 Upgrade - Summer 2010

    How many of you are upgrading to CC4 this summer? I guess RM are very busy this time.

    Please, let's add the numbers as we comment on this thread


    I am number one.

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    Then i be number 2

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    Here too.

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    On CC4 but going to SP2. Does that count?

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    3 of mine going to CC4 straight to SR2, another 3 existing schools going up to SR2. I'm busy.

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    Good luck guys!!!

    (hugs CC3)

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    Would like to upgrade but sadly, not this year.

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    Hope this helps anyone :-)

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    I personally wouldn't, we upgraded from CC3 to CC4 last year and I REALLY wish we hadn't!! its awful!

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    Upgraded one site last summer and am loving CC4.
    Was due to do another site this year but the school has decided to hold off, partly to see how the finances pan out for the coming years and also to wait for 2008 and win7 installs

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveCoop View Post
    Then i be number 2
    Maybe not after some ridiculous pricing

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    Talking CC4 Install

    I'm not going to migrate I'm just having a clean install and decommissioning CC3. Just means I will be very busy for the first few weeks. Hopefully I will have a nice shiny clean CC4 system to build up. Got all the essentials Office 2007, CS4 etc Just worried about build times we use Dell GX720,780 etc. Can I do remote builds might have to work over the weekends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMDavies View Post
    Can I do remote builds might have to work over the weekends.
    Well yes you can via Local Support Tools but only after an initial build so that you can manage the machines via RMMC.

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    RM pricing is high but you can get some sponsorship schemes that help to pay towards the cost. We got 50K which payed for our CC4 upgrade.

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    Ahh I remember the RM upgrade issues with a strange fondness! We went to CC2.4 and it was a nightmare, then upgraded to CC3 and it was also a nightmare. The RM costs are just ridiculous, their hardware, support, installation etc seem to use lottery winning kind of figures.

    I dont look after the network anymore, we have a very good techie team who will be migrating us to a vanilla M$ network next year. Im glad it is there job, but trust that they will do it well and with less issues than RM caused!

    Phil

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