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complus applications folder missing in windows 2008 server?

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I see that the default Complus folder "C:\Program Files\ComPlus Applications" is missing in windows 2008 server?
Is this path changed or Complus applications are handled differently in windows 2008 server.
Where and how are ComPlus applications handled in Windows server 2008?

Thank you very much for your comments.
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The machine that i was checking on is a 64 bit machine
so it was present in C:\Program Files(X86)\ComPlus Applications directory
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