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Upgrading the OS on a Share Point Server

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I installed Share Point on a Windows Server 2008 Standard 64 bit server and have reached the limit of RAM that standard will see 32GB.  I need to upgrade to Enterprise and was wondering if just doing the standalone upgrade will cause any issues to my Share Point Install?
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If you upgrade the OS you should be fine as long as the server name, IP, & all that stuff stay the same. You shouldn't lose any data but may have some unforseen issues with IIS.
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