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  • I am very pleased to know that there is a mechanism in the development environment that allowing 32bits host (workstation) to build and troubleshoot 64 bits applications (remotely) using Visual Studio 2005 Remote Debugging methodology.  That is going to take care of our transition.  My question is, if an  application is to be run on an I64 based Intel machine(remote-which is also our server), but the development machine (host/workstation) is going to be a x64 AMD based machine,  in this scenario, do I need to worry about using remote debugging methodology in my development process, or are there other things I need to be prepared so that my x64 applications could be transferred, scheduled and executed in an I64 machine?

    Thank you!



    Wednesday, August 23, 2006 4:27 PM


  • x64 applications don't run on Itanium.  But if you are talking about Intel EM64T (like the latest E6000 series processors) these will work.


    Monday, November 13, 2006 8:38 PM