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32 bit C/C++ development on Windows Server 2008 64bit

Hello,
I'm trying to develop 32-bit Windows Native C/C++ application using Visual
Studio 2008, on 64-bit Windows Server 2008.

Q1. Is it possible to develop 32-bit C/C++ application using VS 2008 on
64-bit Windows Server 2008?
Q2. How and What I should arrange the development environment, for
developping 32-bit C/C++ application using VS 2008 on 64-bit Windows Server
2008?
Q3. I'm trying to use Virual PC for the development, is it possible?

Jun 27 '08 #1
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masakiy wrote:
Hello,
I'm trying to develop 32-bit Windows Native C/C++ application using
Visual Studio 2008, on 64-bit Windows Server 2008.

Q1. Is it possible to develop 32-bit C/C++ application using VS 2008
on 64-bit Windows Server 2008?
Yes, it should be.
Q2. How and What I should arrange the development environment, for
developping 32-bit C/C++ application using VS 2008 on 64-bit Windows
Server 2008?
Just create Win32 projects and use an X86 configuration and they'll be
32-bit even though you're on a 64-bit OS.
Q3. I'm trying to use Virual PC for the development, is it possible?
Yes, of course. Do you mean running VS2008 in a virtual PC or running the
program you're developing in a virtual PC? Either one works.

-cd
Jun 27 '08 #2

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