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    FMS Star 7 settings

    Hi,

    A school is having issues with FMS & their budget planning software, they have Windows7 64bit and have SIMS in both Program Files folders (64 bit and x86) to avoid the commandpulsar.exe error. Capita have asked to change the Star7 settings in FMS to point to the x86 folder to potentially fix the budget planning software issue.

    My concern is will this cause issues with there being a mixture of 32bit and 64bit machines, i'm sure i read on here that it wasnt recommended? I did mention this to Capita but they didnt know.

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    Anyone know if its ok?

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    If you change it, it will break the 32bit machines. Thus why I don't recommend mixing 32bit and 64bit OS for FMS machines.

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