Application Enabler supports enabling 32-bit and 64-bit applications. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the same application can be enabled simultaneously, but they must be considered separate applications and must be configured separately.
For example, you can enable a 32-bit version of Internet Explorer and a 64-bit version of Internet Explorer. When enabling a 64-bit version of Internet Explorer, it is indicated in the Enabled Applications selection list by the suffix *64. 32-bit applications maintain the .exe suffix. As each application is listed separately, each application must also be configured separately.
The following is a list of limitations which should be considered when enabling 64-bit applications:
Low Level Detection Mode
Low Level Detection Mode is not supported for 64-bit applications. When a configuration file contains both 32-bit and 64-bit applications, Low Level Detection Mode can still be used to detect 32-bit applications.