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Nmap/Zenmap 6.40 for Windows 2008 64-bit version

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Just wondering if anyone knows how to get a Windows 2008 64-bit version of Nmap (Zenmap ) 6.40.  Just need the network scanning part.

When I try to run the nmap-6.40-setup, it says to the version is not compatible with the Windows version's running.  Check your systems' information....whether you need 32-bit or 64-bit version.

thanks,
LN
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Sounds like you are not running a 64 bit version of Windows.

Try:  http://nmap.org/dist/nmap-6.40-win32.zip
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Go to:  Control Panel -> System and Security -> System and locate this section:

System Information
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This worked. Didn't see the file on the nmap site to download originally.

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LN
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