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Is setting System Managed Size for Virtual Memory OK for Windows 2003 Server Standard with 4GB of RAM?

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Is setting System Managed Size for Virtual Memory OK for Windows 2003 Server Standard with 4GB of RAM?
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Should be fine provided that you have the HDD space.  The upside is that if your server is running a lot of memory intensive apps it'll dynamically increase the page file in size.  The downside is that it's possible for the page file to become fragmented if you don't have the continuous space available on the HDD.

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