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Server 2003 and 8Gb RAM

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Can Server 2003 support 8Gb of RAM memory (just the standard version, NOT Datacenter)?  I have a quad Xeon with 8Gb RAM showing at startup, but the OS only reports 4Gb.  TIA.
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Standard can only take up to 4gb of ram max.
If you move to enterprise it can deal with up to 32 GB
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