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In our application we have Managed C++ dll file. We have used Windows 7 32 bit as development environment. But we are not able to use dll with 64 bit machine. I found a lot but doesn't see any option like AnyCPU. Even I tried to add manually, as I it suggested in one of the forum but doesn't work. How can I achieve AnyCPU configuration for my dll.

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Posted 6-Sep-12 16:44pm
To start with, there is not such thing as "Managed C++". Well, if you are using Visual Studio 2005, it had "Managed C++ extensions", but this stuff is superseded with new language called C++/CLI. First of all, you need to report what exactly are you using, what version.
Mohibur Rashid 7-Sep-12 2:46am
I don't think I know enough to say anything about this. I was just wondering wasn't it suppose to be the job of .net processor? If you use .net why on earth you will have to think what processor is this? just install the proper .net runtime engine.. or let me know, I will start reading the basics
JackDingler 7-Sep-12 12:45pm
Once you compile to a DLL, you're down to the native instruction set.

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In your project, try going to Build / Configuration Manager and create a new solution.

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