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Difference between Server 2008 Enterprise R2 vs Server 2008 Enterprise

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I am having a  problems finding a link explaining the differences between Server 2008 Enterprise R2 and Server 2008 Enterprise.    Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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Basically Server 2008 R2 is built on the Windows 7 kernel and Server 2008 is built on the Windows Vista kernel.  R2 is also only available as a 64-bit OS.
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