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Version of windows 2008 or 2012 to use to build a cluster

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If i want to create a two node cluster ( and then load MSSQL)

i want to confirm i have the facts straight

for win 2003 i need ent. edition
for 2008 R2 i need ent. edition
for 2012 i need just stnd edition.

Not 100% on 2008 and 2012. Can u please confirm ?
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Enterprise edition 2003 and 2008 - Standard Edition in 2012 (there is no 2012 enterprise edition)
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OK , thank u sir !
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