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Moving ASP.NET apps from x86 to x64

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What kind of issues might I face when migrating my ASP.NET 2.0 and 1.1 apps from Server 2003 Standard x86 and IIS 6.0 to Server 2008 Standard x64 and IIS 7.0? From your experience what might not work or need change?
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I've converted from x86 to x64 with no issues.  However, I was using IIS 6.0 on both.  I didn't upgrade to IIS 7.0
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