If you install using Launchpad.exe, you can pick that, or Launchpad64.exe, so maybe that's the root of the question.

I ran 64bit RDI on a machine for over a year w/o any noticeable difference. I'm back to 32 bit, again, I can't tell the difference. The important thing is that both work. :)

Kurt Anderson
Sr. Programmer/Analyst - Application Development, Service Delivery Platform

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I'm on a 64-bit Win 7, it just installed, I wasn't asked to pick a version based on OS.

And it works fine.

On 5/29/2014 2:51 PM, Terry Hertel wrote:
I finally have 9.1 downloaded and unzipped, ready to install. I have a Windows 7 64-bit machine but all past installs of RDi have been 32 bit. Should I install the 32-bit version again or should I be switching to 64-bit?

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