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ADFS 2.0 and 2008 R2

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I simply need to know if ADFS 2.0 will have all the functionality it needs on Server 2008 R2 "Standard" edition.  It seems like in v1 that you needed to have the Enterprise version of Server 2003/2008.  I couldn't find any clarity on MS website or the internet.  
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These are two different products entirely Server 2008 was built on Vista, Server 2008R2 is built on Windows 7.
ADFS is the same on every version.
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So "standard" or "Enterprise" will work the same with ADFS 2.0.  There is no loss of functionality between the two versions on 2008 R2?
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Yes the only restrictions in the versions are ram limits, cpu limits, virtualization limits (# of virtualized machine licenses)
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