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Is it possible to do a inplace upgrade from server2003 to server2008 ?
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It is possible to do an inplace upgrade.
Please check this
But what I suggest is to do a clean install.
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Depends.  32 bit 2003 to 32 bit 2008 yes. 64 bit 2003 to 64 bit 2008 yes.  32 bit to 64 bit no. And to 2008R2 no.
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what about language ?
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