MJQ Absent Member.
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HPOO:Supports Windows 64bit?

Cannot find it in any documentation, but the install popped a pretty specific error...then CONTINUED the install!?!? - Can anybody find anything that specifically says either 32 or 64bit for Windows? (They DO specify for Linux)...
Thanks in advance.
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Valued Contributor.. Andrew Conner Valued Contributor..
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Re: HPOO:Supports Windows 64bit?

As you know, the requirements guide for HPOO 7.2 states "Microsoft Windows 2003 Server (Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter edition), 32-bit"... My experience is that if its not explicitly stated, then it isn't officially supported.

As far as functionality, it runs as a 32bit app on a 64bit Windows, but I haven't done extensive testing.
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Valued Contributor.. Andrew Conner Valued Contributor..
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Re: HPOO:Supports Windows 64bit?

As a follow up, i just noticed in the HPOO 7.5 docs that 64-bit is explicitly specified as being supported...

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Microsoft Windows 2003 Server (Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter edition) Service Pack (SP) 2, 32-bit or 64-bit, with the August 2008 cumulative time zone update for Microsoft Windows operating systems applied. For information on applying the time zone update, see support.microsoft.com, Knowledge Base article 951072.
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MJQ Absent Member.
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Re: HPOO:Supports Windows 64bit?

HPOO 7.2 only supported 64bit in Linux, but not windows.
HPOO 7.5 supports both in 64bit.
Thanks Andrew
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