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    64 Bit Roaming Profiles

    We have a need for one suite of 15 or so computers to be 64 Bit - The problem being we are using roaming profiles and are running 32 Bit Windows 7 everywhere else. Hence the roaming profile would become an issue if someone logged in to a 32 Bit then a 64 Bit (and vice versa).

    Is there any way to set up a Group Policy or something for this room so the user could in effect have 2 roaming profiles, 1 for the rest of the site and 1 just for this 64 Bit IT suite?

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    Alternatively, can we have a local profile in this suite and basically ignore the user roaming profiles?

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    I don't think it would matey! We have 32bit and 64bit here and the roaming profiles just work! Never had this issue??? Maybe I'm lucky!
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    We have a need for one suite of 15 or so computers to be 64 Bit - The problem being we are using roaming profiles and are running 32 Bit Windows 7 everywhere else. Hence the roaming profile would become an issue if someone logged in to a 32 Bit then a 64 Bit (and vice versa).

    Is there any way to set up a Group Policy or something for this room so the user could in effect have 2 roaming profiles, 1 for the rest of the site and 1 just for this 64 Bit IT suite?

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    There's no problem having 32bit and 64bit as far as profiles are concerned.

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    Or the other way is to have no roaming profile at all

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    @micheal, it is but then he might have them for a reason so that when a user logs onto one machine and edits the way their desktop looks to how it suits them that will then be replicated on any other machine they work on. @googlemad don't worry there won't be any issues just install 64bit and away you go!

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    Onpy minor issue you might have is the uac virtual store. I believe this is local not roaming.

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