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Can Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Std R2 run in computer with this spec?

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Can Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Std R2 run in computer with this spec?

HP XW8200
2x Intel® Xeon 3.8 Duo Core GHz/2MB
4 GB RAM
2x 73Gbyte SCSI 15k RPM
Nvidia on PCI-Express x16
G-bit Lan on PCI-X 133
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Yes.
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Yes, but I recommend more RAM and SSD drives for heavy DB usage.
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