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VS 2010: Configuration Manager: my ONLY choice is "Any PC"; no option for x86, x64

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I'm on Windows 7, x64, with Visual Studio 2010.

I have an ASP.NET page with C#.  The C# makes a call to PowerShell, it fails, and every post I can find via Google says the solution is simple --- set your Target Build to x86.  Sounds awesome, except I can't.  My only choice is "Any PC", and even if I add a new configuration and call it "x86", I can't apply it to my Project.

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