|LOL the server is not with me at this point of time, so I cannot tell you any details. I know most old motherboards from mid-2006 would support Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad (My P5B-E Supports Core 2 Quad). All I know is that the server has a gigabyte motherboard.|
Lets say it does support a XEON E6600 or maybe all the way up to a XEON Quad core like the P5B-E does. Right now, the server has a Pentium D 3.0 GHz Processor in it. It is worth upgrading this for the Server?
I am thinking of running both Active Directory and Exchange Server on it. The Exchange Server is going to be in a Virtual Machine. The Host is also going to be a file server and the guest is also going to be the web server (unless I can get outlook web access to work outside the exchange server).