Announcing (English only) support for Vista CPP participants

Nick White of Microsoft writes on the Windows Vista Team Blog: We're pleased to announce the addition of best-effort phone support (in English only) to North America CPP participants of the Windows Vista Customer Preview Program (CPP) using English-language versions of early test builds of Windows Vista (Beta 2, RC1 or RC2).

This is another step in our process of ramping up preparations for the 30th January general availability of Windows Vista. We'll of course begin offering product phone support to the general public on the first day of Windows Vista's availability.

For all CPP participants, the newsgroups remain the most valuable channel for finding helpful information on general issues related to Windows Vista.

Volume License customers looking for Windows Vista Enterprise- or Professional-level support today should visit the Microsoft Windows Vista Solutions Center and the Windows Vista Help & Support page.

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This should be easy for them

" Hi im running beta 2 and cant get X to work"

"Sir please upgrade to RC2 then call if it doesnt work"

Damm that means i'll have alot of work for me when i start taking the phones calls on this.. Since i do start my training for windows vista tech support on monday, an it'll be a month long training....