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Installing Exchange 2007 Eval on 32bit

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Can you install the Eval Version of Exchange 2007 for testing purposes on a 32 Bit Proc?
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The beta was 32 bit compatible, the RTM (including the trial) is not.

What hardware do you have now?  Most processors have support for x64 now, such as all xeons and all core2duos

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Ooopsie Red.

The trial version of Exchange 2007 is available in 32 bit version and Service Pack 1 (when it eventually turns up) will also have a 32 bit version.

Just make sure that you download the correct one.

Simon.
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...and here was me thinking I was fully recovered from my weekend away :)
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