VECD requires an annual, per-device fee that depends on the agreement each client negotiates with Microsoft. If you have customers with reliable, high-speed networks and lots of clients -- and environments where security and central management is of prime importance -- then VECD is a suggested scenario for deploying Windows Vista.
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