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Windows Server 2003 64 Bit compability with Windows Server 2003 32 Bit Compabilitiy

Posted on 2007-12-05
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I have an Exchange Server 2003 Enterprise in a Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition Server. The server is a Dell PowerEdge 2950. I also have the Primary Domain COntroller in Windows Standard 2003 Server. I just bought a PowerEdge 1950 but I want to install Windows 2003 Enterprise Server 64 bit Edition. Are my servers or my network affected if I have one server with 32 bit operating system and another server running 64 bit operating system?
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They are compatible and won't know the difference across the LAN as far as AD, exchange and file sharing protocols are concerned.
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