Windows Server 2008 Memory Limit?

I am running a Windows Server 2008 Standard r2 Hyper-V machine on a Windows 2012 Standard r2 server host.  I setup my virtual machine to use 64Gb of memory and discovered that there is apparently a limit of 32Gb.  Is there a work around for this, other than spinning up a new 2012 server?
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Standard is limited to 32GB. Nothing you can do about it other than upgrading to Enterprise/DataCenter, or Server 2012 or later.
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