My guess is that it only applies to using Remote Desktop.
Either way, Microsoft isn't likely to go after individual users. Most of the stuff in the EULA is so they can sue any companies with deep pockets.
I was reading the EULA (first timer to read one)
And I noticed that M$ shows that to connect to an XP desktop remotely you must have another license for XP.
Did I read that wrong? PCAnywhere and gotomypc.com
both will cause you to violate the EULA unless you pay M$ for another license. They both give you the fucntionality as if you were sitting at the PC.
It also states that XP Home users don't even have the rights to remote desktop.
I know it says that the primary user may access it remotely, but this doesn't allow for administrators, tech support, or anyone else.
Also, using the express install, I am up to the point of installing SP2, is it now "safe"? I have been watching forums that are showing the full downloaded version is causing approx. 15% of the comps it is installed on to have trouble or not boot at all.
Will a system restore point remove a bad SP2 install?
Or once SP2 is on, "it's on" and there is no going back?