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Winnovative PDF Creator and Silverlight

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We are using Winnovative PDF Creator to generate PDF reports based on HTML (from a URL). Everything was working fine on Windows 2003\IIS6, but after migrating to Windows 2008r2\IIS7 we got some problems with conversion of Silverlight applications.
We have made sure that Silverlight is properly installed on the server.
Problem: The PDF is beeing created, but instead of displaying the Silverlight application,  the alternative message is shown. It seems that the execution of the application is suppressed, maybe by some new security enhancements?

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Solved it myself.
Had to change the application pool to 32-bit in IIS
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