One thing that would make life easier is on the 32 bit machines put a junction point to "Program Files (X86)" to Program Files - this saves hassle when deploying shortcuts to the network as you can send out with Program Files (x86) in the path and they will work cross platform.
W7 True 7-Default Domain Policy, 7-Desktop and Start Menu Sadmins, 7-Internet Explorer Settings Sadmins, 7-Office 2010, 7-reg-MSS
Win764bit True 7-Desktop and Start Menu Sadmins 64
XP False Copy of Desktop Redirection IE settings Sadmin, Default Domain Policy, Office 2003 Policy, Office2010
In the link order for the group policies I've put my 64bit desktop redirect ABOVE my original windows 7 desktop redirect as the WMI filter for that is my existing one which does nt test for OS Architecture.....seems to work....
I've put my desktop redirect
Lost me a bit - what's a "junction point" please?
Originally Posted by glennda
I know it's a pain with duplication but I was just going to have two desktops for each of staff and pupils; one desktop for 32 bit and one for 64 bit shortcuts...most shortcut icons being the same.....
I've got staff that needs to use an old version of Borland DB to access SIS records from an old system. The installer will through a fit and exit if you try and run it on a 64bit machine. So I packaged it into an MSI on a 32bit OS and ran the MSI on the 64bit machine to bypass the check in the original installer and it worked. I would imagine this process would work for other pieces of software if the need arises.