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line won t work just not older MS-DOS applications such as DOS Edit, or one of our favorites, Vern Berg s List.) If you do need to run a legacy application that can t run in 64-bit Windows, creating a virtual machine running a 32-bit version of Windows that is used just for that application is a useful workaround. Or move the application to a workstation on your network.
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Windows Small Business Server 2008 provides full support for 64-bit Windows clients. That said, the need for 64-bit at the client level is still far less compelling than it is for servers. 32-bit Windows is quite adequate for the vast majority of desktop and laptop computers used in business today. The exceptions to this are development workstations, drawing and computer-aided design (CAD) workstations, or other specialized workstations used for memory-intensive applications that must be able to address greater than 4 GB of RAM. The 64-bit business versions of Windows Vista and Windows XP both support up to 128 GB of RAM and two physical processors. If you have specialized needs for very large RAM workstations, 64-bit is de nitely the way to go. But most users will nd 32-bit Windows suf cient. Table 2-3 shows the support matrix for processors and RAM in Windows Vista and Windows XP.
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XP Professional XP Tablet PC Edition XP Media Center Edition (not supported in SBS network) Windows Vista Business Windows Vista Enterprise (available only with Software Assurance) Windows Vista Ultimate Windows Vista Home Basic (not supported in SBS network) Windows Vista Home Premium (not supported in SBS network) 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB
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64-bit
128 GB Not applicable Not applicable 128 GB 128 GB 128 GB 8 GB 16 GB
32-bit
2 2 1 2 2 2 1 1
64-bit
2 Not applicable Not applicable 2 2 2 1 1
What About Clients
Summary
In this chapter we ve covered how 64-bit computing is different from the familiar 32-bit, as well as how it s really the same. We ve highlighted some of the key reasons why Windows Small Business Server 2008 is available only as a 64-bit solution. The next chapter covers how to design and prepare a network prior to installing Windows Small Business Server. We also cover naming conventions, how to plan for adequate network security, and how to calculate the number and type of licenses you ll need.
Understanding 64-Bit Windows
Planning Your SBS Network
Planning the Network Infrastructure Choosing Naming Conventions 40 Planning for Security Summary 45 42 23
efore you actually start installing Windows Small Business Server 2008, you should spend some time and thought planning what your network will look like. Time spent now, before you actually start installing anything, will save you time, energy, and complications later. By designing your network infrastructure, naming conventions, and network security before you actually implement them, you ll prevent having to modify or rebuild your network later.
Planning the Network Infrastructure
The rst tasks in designing a network for your company are evaluating the computing needs of the organization, choosing an Internet connection method and local network type, and selecting network devices. You also need to choose server hardware as well as client hardware and software.
UNDER THE HOOD
Network Operating Systems
n an ordinary PC, the role of the operating system is to manage the le system, handle the running of applications, manage the computer s
memory, and control the input and output to attached devices such as cameras, printers, and scanners. A network operating system expands that role, managing the following: Centralized security Remote le systems Running shared applications Input and output to shared network devices CPU scheduling of networked processes
When multiple computers are connected in a workgroup, as shown in Figure 3-1, the result is called a peer-to-peer network: a network without a central server and with no network operating system.
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