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Server 2008 Standard > Server 2008 Enterprise upgrade path

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We currently are using Windows Server 2008 Standard with Service Pack 2 and we're using the server as the SQL Server backend to our SharePoint 2010 site.

We've maxed out the memory at 32GB -- which is the maximum allowable memory for Server 2008 Standard x64. We've recently installedmore memory -- to take us to 96GB, and would like to leverage this memory -- but with minimal downtime and without affecting the SQL Server installation.

We do have a license for Windows Server 2008 Enterprise but would like to discover the best way forward.

Leon Fester
Senior Technical Architect

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