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is there any way to upgrade from Windows 2000 to windows 2000 advanced server?

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I have a windows 2000 server citrix box that I've added more then 4GB of RAM to. I need this box to recognize and use 8GB of RAM. Can I simply run the windows 2000 advanced server upgrade CD? Does one even exist?
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/232039

Unfortunately, the above states that there is no way to upgrade to Windows 2000 Advanced Server.

Hope this helps!

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