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Running Blackberry server on a SBS 2008 network

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ok to start off i know RIM doesnt support installing Blackberry Professional server on windows 2008, im looking for away of installing it on the network, on another server maybe, i really dont know how to go about this, there doesnt seem to be much info on the net, any help would be great, please hold the comments about using this operating system so early in its life span, its my choice to use it.
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BlackBerry Professional Software/Server cannot be installed on an x64 OS or on Server 2008. Depending on the amount of users you plan to have on the BES you can either virtualize it or put it on another server. The installation instructions are clean cut for this process...

Link: http://www.blackberry.com/select/toolkit/

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I have several BES servers on x64, it has been supported for over 6 months now. I think it was SP2 or SP3 that had it included.

I havnt installed on Server 08 yet though. I do agree w/ simsjrg... virtualization would be your best friend. Load up a hyperV and give it a whirl!
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