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32-bit and 64-bit - can they be mixed?

Frequent Advisor

32-bit and 64-bit - can they be mixed?

Our current SOE is Windows XP SP3, Office 2003, TRIM 6.2.1...all 32-bit.  Our IT dept is currently developing the next SOE which will be based on Windows 7 64-bit, still Office 2003 32-bit (don't ask!) and Outlook 2010 32-bit.  The packager has recently asked for the TRIM 7.1 64-bit client. 

 

I was sure I read somewhere on this forum that bit versions should match, ie if Office 2003 and Outlook 2010 are 32-bit, TRIM should also be 32-bit.  Is this accurate?  Or wouldn't it matter?

 

Any advice appreciated!

 

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Honored Contributor

Re: 32-bit and 64-bit - can they be mixed?

You would have the option to install either the 32 bit or 64 bit TRIM client.

 

With that said, whether or not the 64 bit TRIM client would handle your 32 bit office applications, I'm not exactly sure, but I think so?

 

Anyways, here's the TRIM v7.1 spec file for your perusal.

Honored Contributor

Re: 32-bit and 64-bit - can they be mixed?

This has come up a few times.

 

The Office bit version and TRIM client bit vesrion MUST match!

 

 



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