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Install Citrix Presentation Server  4.5 on Windows 2008 64 bit

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We currently have a Citrix Presentation Server 4.5.4 farm  with Roll UP R03 on Windows Server 2003. Our Terminal Server is also on Windows 2003. Is it possible to add a Windows Server 2008 (64 bit) server to the same farm ?
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My understanding is that  Presentation Server 4.5 will not be supported with Windows Server 2008.  Only XenApp 5 is supported.
 
The only platform that Presentation Server 4.5 that is Windows based in Windows Server 2003 SP1

Regards,
Michael
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I would not.  Xenapp 5 is the renamed ps45.  If you build a xenapp 5 on 2008 server I would not add it to your current farm.  I would build a new farm and use web interface to aggregate the 2 farms.
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As carlwebster said you need to use two different farm to acieve you goal. I prefer if yo uare planning for a new farm then go for xenapp 6,.5 which is latest version in xenapp.
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