Server Unleashed : Windows Server 2008 ad campaign


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Thats the best Microsoft advertisement ever. A lot of thought went into it this time :D

Definitely. I would rate it as one of the best from Microsoft in recent times. :laugh:

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Yeah, I'm just not "feeling it" either. I guess it appeals more to the Transformers crowd or something.

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well, the ad is nice but ...

how is that different to the "wow" marketing argument of vista ?

Exciting imagination without stating clearly any "objective" improvement, that's all they do.

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well, the ad is nice but ...

how is that different to the "wow" marketing argument of vista ?

Exciting imagination without stating clearly any "objective" improvement, that's all they do.

Did you see the website? I think the website has some decent points and then links to appropriate material. You can only do so much in a video.

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well, the ad is nice but ...

how is that different to the "wow" marketing argument of vista ?

Exciting imagination without stating clearly any "objective" improvement, that's all they do.

It's just a nice ad that's all... I think "wow" was just silly tbh.

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Finally, my 4 Quad Core Xeon 7300 Server with 128GB FBD will be the first machine to truly manage the Aero experience! Wohoo!

*gets inside the nuclear blast door*

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LOL at the exercise ad.

At 0:09 it sounded like the other guy was about to say "Vista" to question the "all muscle, no fat, lean, mean, and totally reliable" comment. Maybe that makes reference to Server 2008 being like Vista but with only essential services enabled?

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Shame Silverlight doesn't work on Firefox.

Anyway, the video's are cool - I do like the Crouching Robot's video !

It is a nice OS so far. Reliability is on par with Windows Server 2003 so far, but i've not had enough time to test it thoroughly.

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