windows 2008

We have windows 2008 R2 64bit Std Domain controller and  windows 2008 R2 Ent with Exchange 2010 sp1

In this environment Can I install additional Domain Controller in windows 2008 32 Bit
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MASEE Solution Guide - Technical Dept HeadCommented:
Yes you can.
Domain is independent of  architecture
Yes you can.

If you were to go for an older OS you would need it in mixed mode or 2003 native.

As you are using a 2008 DC you can have a 32 bit DC as well as 64 bit and keep 2008 native domain.

The role (DC) is independent of the underlying OS
That really depends on your current AD functional level

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I thin it will co-exist. How ever with exchange 2010, it will run only on 64-bit. I think outside the box it doesnt make any difference if its x86 0r 64. The only problem you might be having is the application you are running on it.
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