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Adding an additional CPU to Exchange server

We want to add an additional CPU to our current Windows 2000 SP3/Exchange 2000 SP3 server. Is there anything special we need to do after the installation as far as Exchange is concerned?
Yes. After the installation you will want to pull up Task Manager and verify that the operating system sees both CPUs. If it does, then your last step is to take a complete backup of the system. There is nothing you need to do for Exchange 2000 as it will see the new processors as long as Windows does, and re-tune itself accordingly.
This was last published in April 2004

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