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sbs2003 migration to sbs2011 standard

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Getting ready to migrate a SBS2003 to SBS2011 reading conflicting reports if I can do this from a 32 bit 2003 environment to sbs2011 standard 64 bit, can EE shed light on this for me please?

SBS2003 domain consists of xp pro and win7 pro machines, exchange, roughly 55 users. Not a large amount of data, maybe 40G including exchange.
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Yes, migrating from 32-bit to 64-bit is fully supported. I've done plenty of them.
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great and thank you for the quick response.
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