Maybe some of you already know this trick, but if you don't... here it is
I've been running a Vista x64 as my main machine in office for a few months now, and when I had to analyze a Process Monitor trace received from a customer, but if the log was coming from a x86 machine (that's still the most common for customer calls we see today) I was not able to open it on my desktop, and always had to rely on my laptop (where I run Windows XP Pro) or on my second desktop (Windows 2003).
I took this for granted for a while, but then this morning I thought to have a look at the command line options (procmon /?) and got a nice surprise:
Tried it, and (of course) I was finally able to open the 32bit trace on my 64bit machine..
Quote of the day:
It's amazing that the amount of news that happens in the world every day always just exactly fits the newspaper. - Jerry Seinfeld