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Adding second processor to existing win 2008 server

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If I install Win 2008 sbs or standard on a HP ML350 G6 and later want to add a second processor, do I need to reinstall or reconfigure anything? As it is in production I don't want have a long stop...
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You need to do nothing. Windows 2008 willautomatically detect the new processor and update itself from UniProcessor to MultiProcessor. After which you will see 2 processors under device manager.
You might howver need to reactivate IF the OS changes to much.
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