Microsoft Office Drivers (64bit and 32bit) on the same Server


Is it possible/OK to install the Microsoft Office 32bit and 64bit drivers on the same server. We have a database server running MSSQL with Business Intelligence. I need SSRS to connect to a 64bit access database but I also need SSIS to connect to a 32 bit MS Excel file.

What is the best way to do this..?

Thanks, Greg
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Install the 64 bit on the server and the 32 bit on the Virtual Server or the Hyper/V
spen_langAuthor Commented:
Sorry I do not understand what you mean, I need both set of drivers on the same server... SSIS and SSRS are running on the same server.
spen_langAuthor Commented:
I have installed both set of drivers and seems to work OK

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Solved problem in the end
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