- Application compatibility. Some business applications won't work well, or won't work at all, on Windows Vista. Quickbooks 2006—a quite popular application—throws a warning when run on Vista. This type of compatibility challenge makes for opportunities for you but also some difficult support scenarios.
- The new User Account Control feature. This may drive users batty, as it's a feature that really gets in their faces when they've never had something in Windows behave in a similar fashion before. Educating users and administrators that this is indeed a good feature will be a tough sell, at least initially.
- Getting hardware right. Your users might express some frustration at first because their hardware isn't up to snuff. A memory upgrade here and a video card there will go a long way to easing these concerns
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