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Importing office 2010 admx into GPO to control template location when have both 32 and 64 bit

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I need to control the template location on all our windows 7 machines, they are all running Office 2010 but there are a mix of 32 and 64 bit.

I believe I import the office admx templates into my GPO but If I have a mix of 32/64 bit how does this work, do I need to import both sets?

Also just to control the template location do I need to do anything with the OCT or can I control directly from using GPO's?

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