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64 Bit XP not getting IE 7 group policy settings

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Server 03, 32 Bit trying to deploy IE7 group policy to 64 bit windows xp.  The policies dont apply.  Any ideas.  
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Have you separated the machines into different OUs (32bit vs 64bit)?
Have you tried using WMI filters?
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Our 32bit workstations started having the same problem, so we reimported the IE policies from a known good machine and now everything is working again, on both 32bit and 64bit versions of XP.
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