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upgread from windows 2003 32 bit ENT to windows 2008 64 bit ENT

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we have file server with windows 2003 32 bit with Raid 5 and now i want to install windows 2008 R2 64 bit with raid and i dont want to lose my data and our data is 2TB and at the same time what ever shaerd securites (multiple shared )we had given in windows 2003 same we want in windows 2008.
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There is no inplace upgrade option for upgrading 2003 32 bit to 2008 64 bit.
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sgsm81 earned 500 total points
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Hi

You can't do a 32 to 64 bit upgrade however you can upgrade to Windows 2008 x32bit
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