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Is it possible to install MOSS 2007 into server that have Search Server Express 2008?

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Dear EE experts,

Is it possible to install MOSS 2007 into a server that have Search Server Express 2008 already?
Because we would like to make a separate type of SharePoint app. We don't want to include the type of app that wouldn't have much for searching or archiving data...

Thank you & hope to hear soon...
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No.  Search Server Express is basically WSS, so installing MOSS would upgrade it.
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Thank you so much!
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