12 August 2008
This article has generated quite the firestorm on the ASAE tech listserv in the past few days.
I have to confess that I haven't really dug into Vista yet, and since I'm no longer doing day-to-day IT support, I probably won't get into it from the sys admin side.
I do however know two things that are relevant:
The problem seems to originate with MS's .NET technology. Which underlies most of today's AMS systems. Might want to have a chat with your vendor.
It's not so easy to even get XP any more. Uh-oh.
OK, Real Geeks, break it down for me. What does this all mean for users?