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We are having an issue with NAV and Zetadocs and part of that resolution process is to identify what version of NAV 2017 Windows client we are running, e.g. 32-bit or 64-bit. I cannot find an obvious way to identify this other than I know the client is operating from the Program Files (x86) folder - is this a definitive answer to 32-bit ?
The x86 release of the Windows client does have x86 in its name.So you can create shortcuts to each release and name them accordingly.
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