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If x64 is available but the list of directories is empty something is wrong with the renaming of the .config file.If everything is fine you have the platform properly configured now and can proceed with the Configuration Manager to add the new platform to your project (for details see MSDN documentation about 64-Bit programming, link is above).
Below this key all the available platforms are listed.You should find here two subkeys Win32 and Win64 (AMD64).The SDK installer creates these keys if it detects a Visual Studio. The problem is that the Express version does not get the information from this path, but all its configuration is located in [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VCExpress].For each available platform VStudio needs to get the correct directories where the compilers, headers and libs are.You can see those in Tools/Options and then go to Projects and Solutions / VC Directories. It seems that VStudio scans the directory $(Install Dir)\VC\vcpackages (where install dir is the installation directory, e.g. It seems that all files containing the extension „.config“ are used to import the directories for the various platforms. The name of the file is not meaningful but in the xml part there is a GUID making the back reference which platform it describes. Now open again Visual Studio (note that each change requires a restart of Visual Studio Express!This Portal is all about Bypassing Internet Censorship.
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Not sure if Microsoft officially supports this or prevents this intentionally, but there is a way to get a clean configuration with preserving all the nice things Visual Studio offers.
Unfortunately it requires modifying the registry and copying some files.
The SDK installer therefore copies the file named AMD64. ) and check again the platforms in Tools/Options /Projects and Solutions / VC Directories.
VCPlatform.config containing the appropriate information to this directory. In the platform box you should now see two options (Win 32 and x64).
Hopefully Microsoft comes up with something better in the next version.