There are 2 ways to find which OS your Windows Server 2003 running on, whether it is 32-bit or 64-bit version:

Process 1

1. From the Start Menu, select “run” and type in “sysdm.cpl”. Click “OK”
2. Now click on the tab “General” and note down the OS details.

“Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition” is displayed under “System” incase of a 32-bit version

“Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition” is displayed under “System” incase of a 64-bit version

Process 2

1. Click on “run” after clicking the “Start” button. Type in “winmsd.exe” and click “OK”
2. Check the value corresponding to the item “Processor” within the details pane and make a note of it.

If the value is x86 in the start, the PC is running on 32-bit version of OS

If the value is ia64 or EM64T in the start, the PC is running on 64-bit version of OS

Process 1

  1. From the Start Menu, select “run” and type in “sysdm.cpl”. Click “OK”
  2. Now click on the tab “General” and note down the OS details.
    “Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition” is displayed under “System” incase of a 32-bit version
    “Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition” is displayed under “System” incase of a 64-bit version

Process 2

  1. Click on “run” after clicking the “Start” button. Type in “winmsd.exe” and click “OK”
  2. Check the value corresponding to the item “Processor” within the details pane and make a note of it.
    If the value is x86 in the start, the PC is running on 32-bit version of OS
    If the value is ia64 or EM64T in the start, the PC is running on 64-bit version of OS
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