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Is it possible to build a 64-bit 2008 server and user hyper-v to install 32-bit 2003 servers on the same box?

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Yes.
Host/Parent = Windows Server 2008 x64 Standard/Enterprise/DC

Guest/Child = Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 x86/x64 in their various incarnations.

Number of VMs is limited by your hardware and licensing.

Philip
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