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Thank you for your reply. I hav c/p our company's statement on Windows 7:
The 64-bit applications available today are primarily targeted for gamers, not enterprise business users. The 64-bit environment may be incompatible with business applications and peripherals (such as printers) designed for the 32-bit environment. While some improvements have been made with Windows 64-bit, the reliability of supported applications cannot be guaranteed. XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX will continue to monitor the adoption of Windows 64-bit and initiate a certification effort once this product receives more vendor support for enterprise business use.
Many of the problems seem to be with IE 8, and we cannot dowgrad to IE 7 on the OS.
Whoever made that "statement" about 64-bit is completely clueless.
I would agree that the problem would be IE8, which is standard on Windows 7. It forces a lot of people to use XP Mode, which has it's flaws.
I would suggest that they merely set up a Windows terminal server and host their legacy software on it. Company employees can use Remote Desktop (RDP) to connect to it and do what they need to do.
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