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SQL Server CDs from MS- 32 or 64?

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I don't see what bit version is the 2008R2 DVD? does it mean it will fit either situation? Is this always been MS labeling for SQL (even from 2005 on?)

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From what I can gather.. the DVD has both versions and installs the appropriate version of the OS.
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