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Would someone please enlighten me in laymans terms terms the difference between the Lion upgrade for 29.00 vs Lions server upgrade. Other than price? What are you going to get?

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You get a "server" grade OS. In general, if you need to ask what it is, you don't need it (or want it for that matter).

If you're really interested in what it is,have a read through the existing Snow Leopard Server feature set - link.

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Thank you for the link bobtomay. You are correct that I don't need it. Now I am just a little more educated.

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