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Switching architectures from x86 to x64

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Hello -

I'm looking to upgrade clients in my enterprise environment from x86 to x64. I've consulted the KB at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/profile-manager-create-remove-switch-firefox-profiles and I'm wondering if there is a way to launch this profile manager at launch, or a way to import the bookmarks from x86 to x64. In my testing, I have not seen this Profile Manager launch automatically on first run of an install of x64.

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If you upgrade with Firefox, it will keep it in the Program Files (x86) directory, so this won't be an issue.

Alternatively you can use the LegacyProfiles policy or MOZ_LEGACY_PROFILES environment variable and the same profile will continue to be used.

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The main problem in this case that you launch a Firefox version that is installed in a different installation folder. Current Firefox releases lock a specific profile to a specific installation folder. You can see this in the profiles.ini file and in the installs.ini file. Firefox will create a new default profile because the 64 bit version is installed in a different location.

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I will move the thread to Firefox for Enterprise support.

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If you upgrade with Firefox, it will keep it in the Program Files (x86) directory, so this won't be an issue.

Alternatively you can use the LegacyProfiles policy or MOZ_LEGACY_PROFILES environment variable and the same profile will continue to be used.