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I need to upgrade my server to a dual processor system. Is there a utility available (like in NT4) that will allow me to upgrade without having to reinstall everything?

Thank you in advance,

Aemergin
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Hi,

check the following URL, it should have the answer for you:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q234/5/58.ASP
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if you are using brand server (like Compaq) the vendor may also provide utility which allow you to do this (like Compaq Server support software version 4.7)
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Thank you very much!

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