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How do I enable 32 bit mode in Windows 2008 R2 IIS 7.5?
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Within the IIS manager, if you look on the left you'll see application pools.

Select the application pool that your website uses.  This is most probably Default Application pool.

Right click and choose settings, you'll see an option to enable 32bit applications.
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