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Install  Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console on Win 7 64bit

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My CDs for Symantec Endpoint 11.0.5 do not seem to include a 64bit version that I can install on my Win 7 64bit PC. Does that exist and where do I find it?
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You can download it from Symantec's fileconnect having an active basic support (normally included for one year).
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or you can install it as a 32 to bit app if you want to.

Or like mittermueller said. You will need to get the file from symantec.
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Why not just install it as a 32-bit application? It should run just fine.
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I did have the option do d/l it from fileconnect but it was also on the CD. I installed it from there but had to remove the 64bit version of Java from my machine first. It was installing the 32 bit version but connecting to the 64 bit Java and then crashing. Removing the 64 bit fixed the install issue.
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