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If I use a P2V migration of a Windows 2003 32 bit Terminal Server with PAE to a Hyper V VM, can it addess 64 GB of memory and perform well for 50 users?
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No. There is no migration path from 32bit to 64bit other than a reinstall from scratch. A P2V migration of a 32bit OS will always stay a 32bit OS.
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