> The way tyhe Anytime Upgrade works is that a file is downloaded. As
> well as that, a the file is placed in a Windows Marketplace Digital
> Locker and that also shows you your installation key (Although I used
> Belarc Advisor to get mine). You then execute it and then run Setup off
> the installation Media whilst the "AT Upgrade" file is still open. At
> whatever point, the AT Upgrade file inserts the CD Key (You aren't
> presented with a Insert Product Key Dialogue).
> HOWEVER there's nothing to stop you installing business then rerunning
> setup and this time have it enter the product key Anytime Upgrade gave
Most of that i already understood (havent even paid for the upgrade yet, so
i havent done it yet. my main question was, would it be possible to use 2
answer files, one that works for business, and as it's last command,
activates the upgrade to ultimate, so that I could start it up, go to work,
and 8 hours later come home to a computer installed with ultimate.