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How to tell if XenApp 5 FP2 64-bit is installed:
1. Open Task Manager. The ImaSrv process does not have a “*32” next to it. That means the ImaSrv process is a 64-bit process.2. In the Delivery Services Console, right-click on the server, change display, hotfix displays, hotfix details, you will see the x64 hotfix R05 installed.3. Start, run, regedit, expand HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix. That node ONLY exists on a 64-bit server and shows that the XenApp installer correctly installed the 32-bit stuff on a 64-bit server OS. Only the drivers like ImaSrv are 64-bit.4. If you attempt to run the 32-bit msp.msi file, you will get a popup saying "This version of Presentation Server is not supported on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition. Please use Citrix Presentation Server x64 Edition."
Yep, will use c:\program files (x86) and syswow6432node.
I can see the syswow6432node and files in the c:\Program File (x86) directory , on my Windows 2008 R1 64 bit server...however the IMASrv.exe process is called IMASrv.exe*32
Does this mean I am running the 32 bit version ?
Have I done something wrong?
This is with XenApp 5 , I have yet to apply FR 2 to the server ?
Not necessarily - we're running 64bit servers but our IMA process is ImaSrv.exe*32.
Related thread: http://forums.citrix.com/message.jspa?messageID=1431845
Citrix has never been a 64bit application. It is a 32bit application that runs on a 64 bit server platform
The bits that matter are x64, interestingly IMA is still x86 (XA6).