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Our server (SBS2003 Standard) has presently 1Gb of Ram. We are going to add an additional 2Gb for a total of 3Gb.

Do i need to use any of the /3gb - /userva: - /pae after doing the upgrade ? The server is running SBS2003 Standard. The processes being used the most on the server are Exchange, IIS (Outlook Web Access). After what I could read in this forum, doesn't look like, but would like to make sure before doing the upgrade.

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The official word is don't use the /3gb switch on sbs.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=815372

I would also be hesitant in putting that much RAM in to the machine. The most I ever go up to is 2gb of RAM. If you are running something that needs that much RAM then perhaps it is time to start thinking about spinning something out to its own box.

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