Just to reiterate, there are three ways of doing it. Way #1 is free, while #2 and #3 require a valid Windows license key.
Option 1. Wine
Your first choice is using Wine. Wine is a program
for both Linux and Unix machines, and OS X is a Unix-based operating
system. After installing it, you'll be able to open Windows EXEs and
install them like you would on Windows; the only downside to this method
is that it has a very low compatibility rate (70% if I remember
correctly). It is also the hardest to set up. You can read about it here: http://wiki.winehq.org/MacOSX/Installing
Option 3. Virtualization
Your last option is to virtualize another operating system. To do this, you'll need a valid Windows license. You can read up on using VirtualBox, the free solution, here: http://dottech.org/tipsntricks/14020
Never mind, I found my answer online. There really isn't any official article stating this will work with boot-camp, but I'm gonna try it, and it should work.
That should work for using the Upgrade disc.
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