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dt2009

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Hi All,

good day, hope you are all well.

I was jsut curious about one thing, is it possible to make the Kerio Connect Server switch from 32-Bit to 64-Bit?

Just to quickly state why i wanted to try that. We have our Kerio Connect 8.0.1.1028 TO now runnign stable as a 32-Bit Version on our Vsphere Server who would be capable of providing the Kerio Connect with much more Performance through additional RAM. Ist there a way to change the Server to 64 Bit to increase the Performance? Or would this also lead to changing all our MS OFfice Version from 32-Bit to 64-Bit Versions?

Lots of thanks for any Input, Experiences on this, much appreciated in advance.

best wishes

dt2009
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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So far there is no benefit as both LInux installation packages contains the same 32-bit binaries.
For the future, using 64-bit might be useful if your installation requires it (eg. by huge number of users). Otherwise there is no benefit.
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gavind

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I'm also wondering if the vSphere being used is 64 bit. It would pose any issues in the future if Linux is 32 bit right?
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