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Maximum amount of memory supported in Windows 2000 SBS

Posted on 2006-10-25
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Does anybody know how much memory is supported in Windows 2000 Small Business Server - Standard edition?  We have an HP Proliant ML350 G3 which has 4 slots for RAM.  The server supports up to 8GB of RAM, but we need to know how much the O/S will recognize and use.  The server is also running Exchange 2000 and SQL 2000.  Any ideas what we can bump this thing up to?

Thanks in advance!
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4 GB is the max, i'll find a link and post it.
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I found this that says 4GB for SBS 2003, im pretty positive that 2k is the same but i'll try to find it

http://www.hp.com/sbso/solutions/microsoft/small_business_server.html
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by:ewaggoner
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Thanks Plimpias.  That is what I was thinking, but I couldn't find anything that specifically said Win2K SBS and not W2K03.  If you see anything that specifically states 2000 SBS, please forward it along.  Thanks again!
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