Normally it is quite easy to run the 32 bit version of a windows application from the command line, e.g. run window:
You can tell that the process is 32-bit by checking in task monitor\processes as it will have a *32 next to the filename.
However, the remote desktop client (mstsc.exe) does not want to play ball. It always runs the 64-bit version from C:\Windows\System32\mstsc.exe regardless of how I start it (run window, 32-bit cmd windows etc). I've even tried writing a 32-bit C++ program to create it (normally child processes are also 32-bit) but this did not work.
We need to run the 32-bit version because we have some custom dlls that are integrated with remote desktop and it is not possible to load a 32-bit dll in a 64-bit process.
Anyone know a way around this?