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Office 2019 32-bit V 64-bit inventory

Good morning, 

I am looking for a way in our K1000 to determine how many users have the 32-bit V 64-bit version of Office Pro Plus 2019. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. 


Thank you


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Posted by: Desktop Jockey 6 days ago
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Hi tgrinell,

 If it is not shown in the name, I would create a Software custom inventory rule that looks for the Bitness registry value. Once you find the proper value you can flag off of that. Here is a read on where you might find that value: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2203980/detect-whether-office-is-32bit-or-64bit-via-the-registry

Posted by: tgrinnell 6 days ago
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Hi Desktop Jockey, 

Thanks for the response. I created a custom inventory rule after reading the article you suggested. This is my first CIR, and it does not seem to be working. I have assigned it to a label of "desktops". All of our desktops have Office 2019 (x32 & x64). Do you see anything that looks incorrect?

RegistryValueEquals(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\ClickToRun\REGISTRY\MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook,Bitness,x86) 

Thank you!


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