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Is it time for Windows server 2008 64bits as a Terminal server?

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Hi ,

I am planning to get a new server to replace the old Terminal server,
the old one is running windows 2003 Std R2 . it has modem, printer, label printer connected.

Can I get windows server 2008 64bits installed at new server?
if so , will the other device works well?
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First you need to see if there are drivers will run your devices on 2008 x64.    If they do and all the software you require will run I would go with 2008 x64.
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Software will be OK , it is office 2007 32bits.
but I cannot find the driver for modem, printer at manufactory's website.
one is DYMO label writer 400 .
one is normal fax modem.
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Only questions are about the modem and printer?   Most printers should work?    Is it a standard HP, Xerox, etc?     For the modem Windows 2008 might install it with something native.    What are he models of both of these devices?
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The modem is D-Link v.92 analog external modem
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Net comm am5066 RavIII v.92 data/fax modem.

The print is DYMO Label write 400
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