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36 bit show up in System Properties

Posted on 2009-04-02
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When you run this command, on Windows 2008 Server Datacenter Edition, will it change the 32bit OS in System properties to 36bit?  I tried it and nothing changed so I don't know if it actually worked or not.
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It'll still be a 32 bit OS.

Not sure what switch you threw though.  36 bit should mean it sees more memory and can access it if more memory is installed in the machine.
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