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  • Removing 32GB limit of 2008 Standard Server R2

    Is there a way to remove the 32GB memory limit in Windows 2008 R2 server without upgrading to Enterprise server?

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    Re: Removing 32GB limit of 2008 Standard Server R2

    AFAIK the answer is no.
    Upgrade to enterprise the only way.
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      Re: Removing 32GB limit of 2008 Standard Server R2

      Originally posted by jantje.vlaam View Post
      Is there a way to remove the 32GB memory limit in Windows 2008 R2 server without upgrading to Enterprise server?

      This is the reason they put this limit in/sell Enterprize version.

      Also, I do believe that the limitations are setout in the EULA, so if you where able to by-pass it, that would in-validate your license, making you a pirate, Arrrg. (I wish I had a pirate emoticon )

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