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How  to change the Build Configuration from Debug to Release & from Any CPU to x64 in VS 2012 ?

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How  to change the Build Configuration from Debug to Release & from Any CPU to x64 in VS 2012 ?

This is in the Web Application. I am trying to build the application both in Build / Release mode for the Target CPU X64.
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Hi chokka;

In the Configuration Manager on the line that shows the tested project select the drop down under Configuration select Release and under Platform drop down select <New>. When the new Platform window opens select X64 from the New Platform combo box then select OK button. Then click on the Close button and that should be it.
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