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CC Applications always install into x86 folder

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Sep 20, 2016

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Hi Adobe Forum!

Would really appreciate a good hint here, just not getting forward in this topic:

I'm using the Creative Cloud Packager to create customized installation package for our Creative Cloud applications. When trying to install / deploy a package for  I've noticed, that even if I create a 64 bit package, it installs into C:\Program Files(x86)  and creates and uninstall entry in the registry under "HKLM_Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\Currentversion\Uninstall."

Do you know what reason this could have? I'm just trying to make sure that the Programs are correctly installed as 64bit so they are not limited in use of CPU & RAM.

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Björn

The solution seems to be simple, even if "64bit" package is selected one needs to specify the "C:\Program Files" directory for the applications under "package configurations" . Else it always installed into x86.

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CC Applications always install into x86 folder

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Hi Adobe Forum!

Would really appreciate a good hint here, just not getting forward in this topic:

I'm using the Creative Cloud Packager to create customized installation package for our Creative Cloud applications. When trying to install / deploy a package for  I've noticed, that even if I create a 64 bit package, it installs into C:\Program Files(x86)  and creates and uninstall entry in the registry under "HKLM_Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\Currentversion\Uninstall."

Do you know what reason this could have? I'm just trying to make sure that the Programs are correctly installed as 64bit so they are not limited in use of CPU & RAM.

Best Regards
Björn

The solution seems to be simple, even if "64bit" package is selected one needs to specify the "C:\Program Files" directory for the applications under "package configurations" . Else it always installed into x86.

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The solution seems to be simple, even if "64bit" package is selected one needs to specify the "C:\Program Files" directory for the applications under "package configurations" . Else it always installed into x86.

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