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I have a 32 bit Windows 7 Ultimate N, will MOSS 2007 install on it?

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this blog says you can, and shows you how.

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If you can, you'll really benefit from creating a virtual environment to host MOSS and develop against it. I highly suggest against installing it on your home O/S.

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Why not install on your home OS? – John Saunders Apr 15 '10 at 20:19
    
Assuming he's doing this for development purposes, I like the safety net provided by having a base, reusable environment (VHD, in my case) that I can fall back on if I ever pooch my current one, which I somehow managed to do once when installing Reporting Services – zincorp Apr 15 '10 at 20:44

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