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OCS 2007 Office COmmunicatin Server does it run in 32 bit or 64 bit mode

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I keep seeing conflicting reports on OCS and its system requirements.  I have seen a couple of notes saying that it will only run in 64 bit mode.  I have seen several comments from those installing it in 32 bit mode.  This, of course, is incompatible.  Microsoft.com does not seem to specify 64 bit mode, at least from the entries I have researched.  Can someone clarify this for me and provide a backup URL?  I need to be able to have a solid reference for my clients...  Thanks so much...RIck
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IIRC OCS2007 come is 32 & 64 bit flavours, but OCS2007-R2 is strictly 64 bit.  That would explain your conflicting information.
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