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    64bit?

    I've been asked to find out how many machines on our network are 64bit capable. Is there a network scan I can run to check?

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    depends how much work but i have a script that logs cpus(and all sorts of other cack to ad and csv) so you could just sort by that and work out whatsa x64. network pc inventory script

    tbh it would have to be a netbook or fairly old not to support x64
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    I think the Microsoft Assessment And Planning Toolkit will do this.

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    Anything from 8 - 10 years ago will have built in x64 instructions. It's the CPU you're after if you have bunches of workstations or notebooks all the same.



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